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Lenny struggled with the effects of successive traumatic experiences. Without access to developmental and mental healthcare, the cause of his problems may never have been identified, impacting him for the rest of his life.

Lenny struggled with the effects of successive traumatic experiences. Without access to developmental and mental healthcare, the cause of his problems may never have been identified, impacting him for the rest of his life.

Lenny struggled with the effects of successive traumatic experiences. Without access to developmental and mental healthcare, the cause of his problems may never have been identified, impacting him for the rest of his life.

Lenny struggled with the effects of successive traumatic experiences. Without access to developmental and mental healthcare, the cause of his problems may never have been identified, impacting him for the rest of his life.

Lenny struggled with the effects of successive traumatic experiences. Without access to developmental and mental healthcare, the cause of his problems may never have been identified, impacting him for the rest of his life.

Lenny struggled with the effects of successive traumatic experiences. Without access to developmental and mental healthcare, the cause of his problems may never have been identified, impacting him for the rest of his life.

41% (around 6.5 million) of all Australian adults experience at least one traumatic event before 17 years of age*. Left unaddressed, this can have significant impact on a developing brain.

But by providing the right intervention at the right time, long-term effects can be minimised.

*Slade, Timothy & Johnston, Amy & Oakley Browne, Mark & Andrews, Gavin & Whiteford,Harvey. (2009). 2007 National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing: Methods and Key Findings. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry.