Save the Children case study

Children living in homes with domestic and family violence have historically been overlooked, thought to be ‘too young’ or ‘not present enough’ to witness the violence.

We know that domestic family violence is more likely to happen in households with children, particularly those under the age of 5.

It’s not until recent times that we understood children living with violence develop brains primed to ‘survive’ rather than ‘thrive’ – a trauma response that can be lifelong.

It’s so important these children and young people receive early intervention and support.

This marketing video for Save the Children launches The Everyday Positive Play program, designed to train and mentor professionals working with children as they support families to heal from trauma and break the intergenerational cycle of violence.

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