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A. Invest in mentoring activities
B. Be a champion for early-intervention programs, early-childhood mental health services, specialized family therapies, and medicolegal partnerships that have demonstrated evidence of positive impacts on vulnerable young children and families.
C. Screen children and families for ACEs
D. Both A and B
Question: 
Pediatricians respond to children and families and can help prevent ACES on all levels of the social ecology. Which of the following are examples of relationship-level prevention strategies that pediatricians can do?
Answer Type: 
True or False
Correct Answer: 
Both A and B. Invest in mentoring activities and be a champion for early-intervention programs, early-childhood mental health services, specialized family therapies, and medicolegal partnerships that have demonstrated evidence of positive impacts on vulnerable young children and families.
Lesson: 
5
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4-5-5
Script No.: 
4-5-4
Module: 
4
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Knowledge Check: Question 1
Correct Answer Index: 
3
subheader: 
Pediatricians respond to children and families and can help prevent ACES on all levels of the social ecology. Which of the following are examples of relationship-level prevention strategies that pediatricians can do?
Justification: 
Investing in community-based mentoring activities can include afterschool programs, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, the local YMCA, physical education programs and rec leagues, music and art programs, faith-based groups, cultural organizations, and other groups that provide supportive relationships for vulnerable children and help them cope with adversity in an adaptive manner.
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