415 – Children Learn What They Live: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Toxic Stress How to Become a Trauma-Informed Community!
Kate Mallory, Grant Director, PD Consultant, MS.Ed, Regional Office of Education #26; , , ; , ,
“What’s wrong with them?” Or should we be saying, “What’s Happened to Them?” This session will enable participants to identify toxic stress and the effects of adverse childhood experiences to the brain. The original Adverse Childhood Experience study will be explored to a personal level. Participants will be also be introduced to trauma-informed practices that will enable them to build a trauma-informed community through assisting families in building and strengthening protective factors.
Learning Outcomes: Participants will be able to:
- Identify child trauma and toxic stress through the review of the Adverse Childhood Experience Study.
- Develop a trauma-informed environment by identifying and strengthening protective factors.