We know children are profoundly impacted by exposure to family violence even when they are not a direct target.
- Brain Development; affecting cognitive, social, emotional, physical and spiritual development
- Emotional well-being; children experience increased anxiety and fear and lack a sense of personal safety
- Ability to learn; children experiencing traumatic events and ongoing family instability can struggle to attend to learning
- Children who witness violence are more likely to grow up to become victims of abusers.
If you wish to learn more about this topic, please contact the Community Education and Engagement Coordinator at the Lloydminster Interval Home at 780-808-5282 or email firstname.lastname@example.org