Monday, October 22, 2018

CDC: Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences

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Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

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ACES_225x225.pngCDC invites you to explore Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences, a new online training to help understand, recognize, and prevent ACEs.
ACEs affect children and families across all communities. They can have long-term effects on health, wellness, and life opportunities for adults. The good news is ACEs are preventable.
Develop knowledge and insights to prevent ACEs. Training topics include:
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences, Brain Development, and Toxic Stress
  • The ACE Study
  • Prevalence and Consequences of ACEs
  • Risk and Protective Factors for ACEs
  • Essentials for Childhood: Assuring Safe, Stable, Nurturing Relationships and Environments
Learn more about how to create healthier lives for all children in this accredited training. Continuing Education Units are available.
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