Stories of resilience
Over the past 18 months, some charities in Scotland working in partnership with churches have been running a remarkable campaign to help make Scotland the first Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Aware nation in the world.
Breaking the silence on child abuse
Nobody really knows how many adults were abused as children, either sexually, physically or emotionally. The devastating long-term impact of child abuse is only beginning to be widely understood.
Invisible Walls Wales
Results of an initiative focused on supporting prisoners in maintaining strong bonds with their families, particularly their children and partners
Early childhood settings provide an opportunity for educators to effectively prevent and stop the emergence of bullying behaviour and to foster the development of positive social interactions.
Window of tolerance
An insightful video by Beacon House which explains how a child with many adverse childhood experiences swings from fight/flight to freeze/collapse; and what adults can do to help
Each year approximately 30% of students worldwide are the target of bullying. Lives are lost or forever changed. How can we challenge such behaviour?
Making Scotland the World’s First ACE-Aware Nation - Glasgow
@SEC Armadillo Exhibition Way Glasgow G3 8YW
More and more of us are coming to understand what science is telling us about the impact of childhood stress on adult health and happiness. This one-day conference will bring together some of the most inspirational speakers in Scotland, to help us consider how we get this information on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) to every citizen of our nation. For UK as well.