Overview of work
For Baby’s Sake empowers parents to break cycles of abuse, to transform the life-chances of whole families and move forward in positive change, starting with the baby. Evidence about the scale and impact of domestic abuse on babies in the womb until the age of two led For Baby’s Sake to focus on supporting families in the first two years of their baby’s life to break intergenerational cycles of trauma.
Work with CSJ
For Baby’s Sake has contributed to CSJ research on domestic abuse, and their data and case study helped inform the findings on intergenerational cycles of abuse in the report No honour in abuse: harnessing the health service to end domestic abuse. For Baby’s Sake also joined the CSJ Family Policy Unit for a round table with the Domestic Abuse Commissioner to discuss looking at domestic abuse through the health lens.