To Head Off Trauma's Legacy, Start Young

The National Public Radio (NPR) featured Stoneleigh Fellow Roy Wade and his work to integrate Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) in pediatric care in Philadelphia. The following is an excerpt from the NPR story which aired on March 9, 2015:

"At the Cobbs Creek Clinic in West Philadelphia, Dr. Roy Wade relies on some of the same tools every pediatrician uses for exams — blood pressure cuffs, a stethoscope, and, of course, tongue depressors. He also uses particular questions to get at something that few doctors try to measure: childhood adversity." Read more here.

Source: http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2015/03/09/377569414/to-head-off-traumas-legacy-start-young