Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE):
Changing the Narrative
Introductory ACE and Trauma Informed Education
for all Audiences
ACEs provides extraordinary insights into creating a Trauma Informed Commuity. Originating from the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Kaiser Permanente study (ACE study), ACEs has become a model for professionals, families and individuals to identify and respond to health and social problems stemming from adverse childhood experiences.
"Adverse childhood experiences are the single greatest unaddressed public health threat facing our nation today”.
- Dr. Robert Block, the former President of the American Academy of Pediatrics
This two hour, highly acclaimed, educational session is designed to explore how childhood experiences effect our health and social well-being. You will learn from an experienced ACE Master Trainer about the ACE study and the relationship between ACEs and an individual's failure in school, inability to manage behaviors, homeless, poverty, incarceration, chronic disease including addiction, cardiovascular, liver and respiratory diseases. Furthermore, you will learn how ACEs can help you better understand social determinants and apply them to your professional and personal life.
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Peaceful Households provides ACE education to individuals, public and private organizations of all sizes and industries. Each of our instructors are Master Trained under the direction of Dr. Rob Anda, co-founder of the ACE study. In addition to their training credentials, our instructors bring an exceptional blend of professional and real life experiences to these interactive sessions.
Who Should Consider This Training?
Any individual or organization that works directly or indirectly with children, social and health determinants.
Family & child service providers
Government policy makers
Attorneys dealing with child welfare
Judicial system professionals
Mental health professionals
Teachers and school administrators
Businesses with concerns for staff turnover and absenteeism