Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are traumatic events that occur in a child’s life. Science shows the strong relationship between the bad things that happen as children and negative health and well-being as adults. By better understanding ACEs, what they are and how they can manifest themselves years later, communities can work to prevent future abuse and improve outcomes for South Carolina’s children and families. Children’s Trust is partnering with community leaders to provide trainings on ACEs:
- The ACEs Study
- Neuroscience and brain development
- Connection between ACEs and health and well-being
- Breaking generational cycles of ACEs
- Prevention and action planning
We’ve streamlined content for the online space and broken the training into three separate sessions. The first session is six hours over two days with an overview of all the basic ACE Interface content, SC specific processes and resources. The second session is a group practice session and the final session will be designed based on trainer needs. Download detailed overview.
Cost to attend is $450 and includes materials.
Deadline to register is Oct. 22 at 5 p.m. Space is limited to 25 attendees.