Training is to be offered to parents of children with conduct disorders.
According to NICE, such a disorder can be identified by persistent and severe anti-social behaviour across different contexts, including:
- Social settings
Conduct disorders develop in children as they get older, affecting seven per cent of boys and three per cent of girls aged five to ten years old.
Source: National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice)
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