research on Adverse Childhood Experiences or trauma in early childhood experienced. The analysis of research will highlight a history of early childhood trauma, an explanation of the trauma experiences, research into the effects of trauma on children in the early stages of development.
There are many studies to show the damage that trauma plays in the role of the development of children (Mongillo et al., 2009; Greeson et al., 2011). These studies show the attachment between mother and child can create trauma if there is not a healthy bond established (Bartlett et al., 2017). It further shows that the earlier the intervention for children, the better the chances for healing to take place for the student.
The amount of early births is growing globally, yet professional knowledge about the short- and long-term developmental results and the psychological effect in children or parent’s limits access in the youth workforce. A bioecological systems theory approach, this paper reports on a mixed-methods study that direct to explore parents’ contact of early care and education for little ones born prematurely. Findings advise that having a baby born early has the possible damaging effect on parent-child bonding and can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder for parents. Parents attending training on caring for their premature baby and the dangers of post-traumatic stress syndrome would be a valuable tool. As the children grow, joining a playgroup with children of similar ages would be an excellent support for everyone.