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Enter a Challenge - How would you prevent Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in a community?
Thinking about root causes, how do we successfully engage one of these groups; future parents, parents, caregivers in PREVENTING ACEs in the first place, in a cost-effective way? There will be up to 5 prizes for highly promising ideas.
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ACEs Infographic
An infographic produced by the US Gov. but a lot holds true for the UK, allowing for a smaller population. It gives a picture of the problems and potential actions for prevention, which are fairly universal. Food for thought...
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Possible national objectives to work towards to reduce ACEs
“Decades of evidence confirms that exposure to ACEs increases the risks of delayed development, mental health problems, chronic diseases.” Four Childhood Trauma Objectives introduced in USA are..
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Healing the hidden wounds from childhood 
Dr. Edith Eva Eger, who in her 90s is still a practicing psychologist, is a Holocaust survivor. She recounts her her childhood adversities and shares life lessons and advice that can help us all.
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Social Emotional Learning 
The process through which we understand + manage emotions, set + achieve positive goals, feel + show empathy for others, establish + maintain positive relationships, make responsible decisions Strong uptrend in positive outcomes.
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Kenny - a story of trauma
All it takes is an alignment of circumstances, events which hit in violent succession, and then suddenly it’s your children in care, marked with a stigma that can seem indelible.
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Relational poverty
If you have adversity but also connections to family, community and culture, which are resilience building factors, you're not at any increased risk for bad outcomes. But adversity and poor connections equals significant risk increase.
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How one little word gives you permission to feel your feelings
When you use the word “but” between two statements, it negates everything you say before it, while “and” allows you to be saying (and holding) both. “And” is a powerful word. As a concept for healing, it’s life-changing.
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Experiences that build resilience strengthen children who face adversities 
From research evidence, a list of the top 10 types of relationships and resources that provide Protective and Compensatory Experiences that bolster children against adversity
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The effect of patient evaluations for ACEs on doctor visits 
Integrating ACE questions for health check-ups led to a 35% reduction in doctor visits and 11% reduction in A+E visits. That has a multi-billion dollar implications for the cost of medical care.
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Events (2 found)

Online - Warning: Proceed with Caution
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Warning: Proceed with Caution is the follow up webinar to the highly successful discussion Be a Good Boy: Socialised into Silence, around the difficulties that boys face in disclosing sexual abuse.

Danny and Mike will share their story, they will explore how their trauma manifested itself internally and externally and how this often communicated raging anger and self protection but was actually hiding terrified and lost souls. This was more than often misunderstood, therefore the right response never came.

They will challenge why a trauma informed approach is always needed, even when faced with the most difficult, and intimidating interactions.
07/12/2021
14:00
Online - Warning: Proceed with Caution
@
Warning: Proceed with Caution is the follow up webinar to the highly successful discussion Be a Good Boy: Socialised into Silence, around the difficulties that boys face in disclosing sexual abuse.

Danny and Mike will share their story, they will explore how their trauma manifested itself internally and externally and how this often communicated raging anger and self protection but was actually hiding terrified and lost souls. This was more than often misunderstood, therefore the right response never came.

They will challenge why a trauma informed approach is always needed, even when faced with the most difficult, and intimidating interactions.
08/12/2021
19:00

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