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REGISTER NOW! Wednesday's ACEs Aware Webinar - "Applying the Science of Toxic Stress to Support Children’s Health" [acesaware.org]

1.0 Continuing Medical Education (CME) / Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Credit Available* Wednesday, April 14, 2021 Noon - 1 p.m. Register Here Join us for our next ACEs Aware webinar to discuss the physiology of toxic stress and how to apply the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and toxic stress in pediatric care. Please note that the webinar title has been updated. If you previously registered for the April 14th ACEs Aware webinar on toxic stress physiology, no additional...

ACEs Aware is Now Hiring [acesaware.org]

Now Hiring! ACEs Aware is seeking two candidates to serve as Science/Clinical Advisor s to the ACEs Aware initiative. The advisors will provide and facilitate scientific and clinical expertise, input, and review of initiative activities and work products. This full-time role involves working closely with California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, and requires robust knowledge on ACEs and toxic stress science and research, including the impact of toxic stress on neuro, immune,...

POSTPONED Webinar - "The Trauma-Informed Network of Care Roadmap: A Guide for Strengthening Community Relationships" [acesaware.org]

NEW WEBINAR DATE TBD The final release of the ACEs Aware Trauma-Informed Network of Care Roadmap has been postponed until later this spring. Therefore, we are postponing our webinar scheduled for March 30, The Trauma-Informed Network of Care Roadmap: A Guide for Strengthening Community Relationships." We will notify you of the new webinar date. In the interim, the ACEs Aware team is working to incorporate all stakeholder feedback into the Network of Care Roadmap. We have also determined that...

How Trauma Affects the Body: Reflections from Dr. Eric Ball [acesaware.org]

By Eric H. Ball, ACEs Aware, March 15, 2021 Our four-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Everly, was recently killed. Everly was an amazing dog and a true member of our family. She was well-trained and worked as a therapy dog at our local church. She especially liked the days when she would visit homeless or foster children. Everly slept in the same bed as our 12-year-old daughter. She was a great “big sister” to our 4-month-old puppy, who came to us just six weeks before Everly died.

New Data Reports on ACEs Aware Training and Screening [acesaware.org]

New data reports are now available that detail the number of Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) screenings conducted in California between January 1 and June 30, 2020, and the number of providers who have completed the “ Becoming ACEs Aware in California ” core online training. Since launching the ACEs Aware initiative in December 2019, more than 15,500 providers have taken the training. About 9,100 Medi-Cal providers in California have attested to completing the training and are receiving...

ACEs Aware in Action: February Newsletter

ACEs Aware in Action Join the Movement to Screen, Treat, and Heal California patients, health care providers, and communities have weathered many storms over the past year. Screening for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and responding to the symptoms of toxic stress will improve patient health now and in the future, unlocking the potential of an entire generation. Join the movement today to become ACEs Aware. Now Hiring! ACEs Aware is seeking two candidates to serve as Science/Clinical...

In Case You Missed It: How ACEs Aware Training Can Support Providers and Patients During COVID-19 February Webinar Now Available [acesaware.org]

WATCH NOW at ACEsAware.org 1.0 Continuing Medical Education (CME) / Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Credit Available* Providers seeking CME/MOC credits* must complete a separate activity evaluation in order to request CME/CE certificate. Those seeking MOC credits must also successfully complete the post-test with a score of 75% and higher. Please follow CME/MOC instructions available on ACEsAware.org. Presenters discuss: How COVID-19 set conditions in motion involving new, acute stressors...

Growing a Trauma-Informed Network of Care in Fresno County [aces aware.org]

In this month’s ACEs Aware Spotlight , Artie Padilla, Senior Program Officer for the Neighborhood Development at the Central Valley Community Foundation, discusses his experience of building a trauma-informed network of care team in Fresno County. He also offers guidance and encouragement to organizations just beginning to build their networks of care.

ACEs Aware is Now Hiring! [acesaware.org]

ACEs Aware is seeking two candidates to serve as Science/Clinical Advisor s to the ACEs Aware initiative. The advisors will provide and facilitate scientific and clinical expertise, input, and review of initiative activities and work products. This full-time role involves working closely with California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, and requires robust knowledge on ACEs and toxic stress science and research, including the impact of toxic stress on neuro, immune, endocrine, and...

Reminder: February Webinar - "How ACEs Aware Training Can Support Providers and Patients During COVID-19" [acesaware.org]

1.0 Continuing Medical Education (CME) / Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Credit Available* Wednesday, February 24, 2021 Noon - 1 p.m. Register Here Please join us for our next ACEs Aware webinar to learn more about the secondary health effects associated with stress caused by COVID-19. Presenters will share how ACEs Aware training and resources to treat toxic stress can equip providers with the knowledge and tools they need to effectively incorporate ACE screening into patient care, and...

ACEs Aware Webinar: Cultural and Racial Differences in Understanding and Responding to Adversity [centerforyouthwellness.org]

CYW WEBINAR Cultural and Racial Differences in Understanding and Responding to Adversity, Trauma, Resilience and Healing Wednesday, February 24th 12:00-1:00pm PT/3:00-4:00 ET The Center for Youth Wellness is excited to announce our third ACEs Aware webinar on February 24 at Noon PT/3pm ET. Gatanya Arnic, CYW's Chief Executive Officer, will discuss how cultural and racial differences can impact ACEs screening and response. Gatanya will lead a discussion of how the biases inherent in the...

Register Now! February Webinar: "How ACEs Aware Training Can Support Providers and Patients During COVID-19" [acesaware.org]

1.0 Continuing Medical Education (CME) / Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Credit Available* Wednesday, February 24, 2021 Noon - 1 p.m. Register Here Please join us for our next ACEs Aware webinar to discuss the secondary health effects associated with stress caused by COVID-19. Presenters will share how ACEs Aware training and resources to treat toxic stress can equip providers with the knowledge and tools they need to effectively incorporate ACE screening into patient care, and to better...

Upcoming #SaludTues Tweetchat: "Understanding ACEs and Toxic Stress" [acesaware.org]

Our bodies are wired for survival, thanks to our biological stress system. However, without buffering protections, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), such as neglect and abuse, can lead to a toxic stress response. Fortunately, we know toxic stress is a health condition that is amenable to treatment. To help Californians better understand ACEs and toxic stress, we invite our ACEs Aware community to join us on Twitter on February 9 and use #SaludTues to Tweet about the lifelong consequences...

ACEs Aware Webinar: Network of Care [acesaware.com]

This webinar includes a discussion and concrete example of a trauma-informed network of care , a group of interdisciplinary health, education, and human service professionals, community members, and organizations that support adults, children, and families by providing access to evidence-based “buffering” resources and supports that help to prevent, treat, and heal the harmful consequences of toxic stress. Speakers present: Definitions and guidance on key elements of a trauma-informed...

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