The punitive way child "protection" is practised in the UK may be doing more harm than good. In their many cases on file, the Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services has numerous examples:
These and many other examples were outlined in a letter AIMS sent to Chief Medical Officers in the UK - which has now been published. "We make sure officials have the information - then they can't say they did not know", says Jean Robinson, former Hon. Research Officer who wrote the letter (copies available on request from email@example.com)
"The most worrying thing is that there is no adequate research base showing benefits and risks of these draconian and expensive interventions. Yet medical interventions have to be proved. The harm that can be done from even short term, minor interventions, is both deep and long lasting, yet no one has wanted to collect the data showing how serious and common it is."
Beverley Lawrence Beech, Chair AIMS
For further information contact:
Jean Robinson or Beverley Lawrence Beech
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