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Message ID: 9087
Date: 2012-01-23

Author:Lois Thiessen Love

Subject:Re: timing of abuse

The Erikson Institute of Chicago has some research on shaken baby syndrome and the ages at which children are most at risk - I am unsure of who has the research, but their website is the following - http://www.erikson.edu/fbn/forprofessionals.aspx I imagine you'll have to do a more in depth research than google - how about Prevent child abuse america? http://www.preventchildabuse.org/index.shtml or Chapin Hall of University of Chicago. Best On Fri, Jan 20, 2012 at 10:48 AM, Todd McDonald > wrote: Can someone point me to a figure or document that displays when maltreatment is likely to occur? it seems like it would be high in early years and then trail off in later years. I can't find one via google search. TM -- Lois Finding a new poet is like finding a new wildflower out in the woods. ~ Linda Pastan

The Erikson Institute of Chicago has some research on shaken baby syndrome and the ages at which children are most at risk - I am unsure of who has the research, but their website is the following - http://www.erikson.edu/fbn/forprofessionals.aspx I imagine you'll have to do a more in depth research than google - how about Prevent child abuse america? http://www.preventchildabuse.org/index.shtml or Chapin Hall of University of Chicago. Best On Fri, Jan 20, 2012 at 10:48 AM, Todd McDonald > wrote: Can someone point me to a figure or document that displays when maltreatment is likely to occur? it seems like it would be high in early years and then trail off in later years. I can't find one via google search. TM -- Lois Finding a new poet is like finding a new wildflower out in the woods. ~ Linda Pastan