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New Publication in Health Promotion Practice Journal Provides a Framework for Action on ACEs

Aditi Srivastav ·
Advocates, leaders, and professionals in the child health and well-being space have identified a need for concrete steps for building resilience to prevent ACEs. Current frameworks focused on ACEs fall short of including a multilevel approach, considering the role of health equity in well-being, and providing concrete, tangible steps for implementation across the life span. The empower action model addresses childhood adversity as a root cause of disease by building resilience across...
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Screening for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in an Integrated Pediatric Care Model

Elizabeth Najmabadi ·
The Center for Youth Wellness (CYW) is a clinical research center located in Bayview Hunters Point, that was created in response to the medical understanding that early adverse traumas can harm the developing brain and bodies of our children. They operate on the mission to improve the health of children and adolescents exposed to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). The CYW has collaborated with the Bayview Child Health Center (BCHW) to develop tools and methodologies for early detection...
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Check out the tri-fold brochure the Alaska...

Check out the tri-fold brochure the Alaska ACES group developed!   http://mappofskp.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/ACE-pamphlet-20_10.5.15_public.pdf  
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The Developing Brain & Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Lisa Frederiksen ·
Thanks to an explosion in scientific research now possible with imaging technologies, such as fMRI and SPECT, experts can actually see how the brain develops. This helps explain why exposure to adverse childhood experiences can so deeply influence and change a child's brain and thus their physical and emotional health and quality of life across their lifetime. The above time-lapse study was conducted over 10 years. The darker colors represent brain maturity (brain development). I have added...
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Toxic Stress and its Effect on Development.

Elizabeth Najmabadi ·
Here is a short video clip that explains how toxic stress effects development. Learning to cope with stress is an important part of healthy development. When experiencing stress the stress response system is activated and once the stress is relieved the stress response winds down. In severe situations of abuse or neglect where there is no caring adult to act as a buffer from the stressor, one’s stress response stays activated. Absence of response from adults and constant activation of the...
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Re: Toxic Stress and its Effect on Development.

Holly White-Wolfe ·
Thank you for sharing this video, Liz! Harvard is doing a great job putting this science into bite-sized videos.
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Re: Check out the tri-fold brochure the Alaska...

Holly White-Wolfe ·
This is a great brochure! Do we have permission to reuse any of the content in Alaska's handout? I am thrilled we now have an intern who can help us make similar materials, and I am happy to offer my support in materials design as needed.
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Re: Check out the tri-fold brochure the Alaska...

We can check with the AK folks for formal permission, however they were agreeable during the MARC meeting in Philadelphia!
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