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ACEs Parent Handouts & ACEs One Pagers & Link to GRC (UPDATED 4/28/21)

We have so many wonderfu https://www.acesconnection.com/fileSendAction/fcType/0/fcOid/508261416693856202/filePointer/508261416693856263/fodoid/507698389112989542/Coping%20With%20Stress%20During%20the%20COVID-19%20Pandemic%20One-Pager_Accesible_English.pdf l resources shared by members. However, a few of you have asked me for help in retrieving them. Here's several of the most commonly shared ACEs handouts, info graphics and one pagers, with links to download. PLEASE share yours! I'm working...

Learn how to secure federal funding for your community. A Better Normal with CTIPP, Dave Ellis, Dan Jurman

The nearly $2 trillion American Rescue Plan Act has several buckets of funding that can be used to promote trauma-informed and healing-centered projects. PACEs Connection communities can apply for this funding, according to leaders of the Campaign for Trauma-informed Policy and Practice (CTIPP), the National Trauma Campaign, and PACEs Connection. The “Better Normal” webinar on Friday, May 14 at 3 p.m. EST; Noon PST, Dan Press, Jesse Kohler and Marlo Nash of CTIPP will begin by describing...

Let's Get ACEs Science into our Classrooms with PJI Teachers Academy! [Peace and Justice Institute]

Participate in the summer PJI Teachers Academy! The PJI Teachers Academy is a week-long intensive program designed for educators by educators. This immersive cohort-based program supports teachers in reflecting on their lives and current practices and with an eye to deepening equity in their hearts, minds, and classrooms. Based on the latest neuroscience and teaching literature, participants will explore topics such as privilege, race, gender, trauma informed classrooms, ACEs, resilience,...

PHC6534: “Schooling the School System” A Grant Proposal - Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention and Sexuality Education for Students and Teachers in Alachua County through a Trauma-Informed School Program

This trauma-informed program provides formalized sexuality education to students in Alachua County Public Schools (ACPS) who have experienced adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), putting them more at risk to negative health outcomes including sexually transmitted infections (STIs) (Felitti et al., 1998). Current sexual education programs in Florida neglect valuable information on anatomical functions, hygiene, STIs, birth control, and even what constitutes healthy relationships: a pivotal...

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