On this website I found versions of the original ACES Questionnaire that was adapted for parents and children. They seem to be used mostly in the clinical setting, not necessarily in schools. Of course there would be consent and HIPAA/FERPA issues to consider for schools.
Do you think it’s a good idea to have something like that floating around electronically?
How do you explain child emotional neglect or mental health problem in a parent to a kindergartener?
Have you thought about what you might do with a positive screen? (I don’t want kids to be abused but families could be torn apart and being in foster care and losing siblings is another trauma).
It is important not to believe that we have discovered all childhood adversity by giving kids or parents a questionnaire. In many severely traumatizing families, there can be very strong motivation to keep secrets about such things.
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