KIDS COUNT in Delaware provides high quality data about
the well-being of children, youth and their families for the purpose of
effecting positive changes in policy, priorities and programs.
KIDS COUNT in Delaware 2018 Fact Book is the ultimate guide on child well-being for
policymakers, advocates, researchers, grant writers, nonprofit leaders
This 23rd edition of
our Fact Book showcased building resiliency to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) which providing comprehensive data on Delaware children through various lenses, such as economic well-being, health,a nd safety.
ACEs research shows that adverse experiences
are often carried by kids throughout their entire lives, impacting them and
society in negative ways. By building resilience, we can improve the chances of children and teens who have had adverse experiences reand create
environments where we can counteract those experiences.
KIDS COUNT Director: Janice Barlow, MPA
KIDS COUNT Policy Analyst: Kim Lowman, MA