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In the first years of life, sleep can be a very complicated, and even distressing part of life for a family. Sleeping and settling are learned skills for a baby, and they do not always come naturally.
The social and psychological impacts of family violence on children can be as significant as the physical impacts. Universal services play a critical role in early intervention.
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