WELLBEING AND NURTURE: PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL SECURITY IN CHILDHOOD

Helen Clark, Phil Royal, Helen WEST, Prof. Francis McGlone, Associate Prof. Susannah Walker, Shauna Lydia Devine, Jean Barlow, Dr Deborah Albon, Dr Peter Elfer, Dr. Amanda Norman, Dr. Aric Sigman, Claire Graham, Catherine Hutchinson, Dr Gillian Harris, Lucy Upton, Jeff Thomas, Monika Jephcott, Emma Whewell, Eunice Lumsden, Edwina RevellAnna Hodgson, Kathryn Salt, Paula Lochrie, Prof. Fraser Brown, Dr. Alison Murray, Dr. Pamela Murray, Mary Lubrano, Kate Day, Jessica Gribble

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned Report

Abstract

While there is increasing concern about developing and reinforcing children’s physical and emotional security, researchers have been busy working out the actual mechanics, even at the cellular level, of how this can be achieved. This report will provide a concise update on what is known about optimising children’s wellbeing and security in childhood and far beyond. In examining the ways in which children grow and develop, we can learn from that because their physical and emotional wellbeing and therefore that of our future society will depend on it.
This report represents what we have learned and we hope that it will contribute in a small way to the making of the brave new ‘post-Covid’ world.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherAPPG Fit and Healthy Childhoods
Commissioning bodyAPPG Fit and Healthy Childhoods
Number of pages70
Publication statusPublished - 14 Jul 2020

Keywords

  • Wellbeing
  • Nurture
  • Physical
  • Emotional
  • Childhood

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