How parental substance misuse affects children: lessons from research
Author: Brynna Kroll and Andy Taylor, updated by Mary Ryan
Publication Date: 27 June 2007
Photo: LEA PATERSON / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Learning points How a pregnant mother’s alcohol and drug use can impact on the health and development of the growing and new born baby. The ways in which parental substance misuse can affect children’s attachment relationships, social development and education. Effective interventions and good practice when working with families where there is parental substance misuse. […]
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