The Adverse Childhood Experiences evidence base–a wake-up call to radically redesign Children’s Mental Health Services – read at weneedtotalkaboutchildrensmentalhealth.wordpress.com/2017/10/30/the-adverse-childhood-experiences-evidence-base-a-wake-up-call-to-radically-redesign-childrens-mental-health-services/, Read a useful article about the ACE studies at www.connectedforlife.co.uk/blog/2017/6/17/the-adverse-childhood-experiences-ace-study. ACE teachers form a select cohort of the nation’s top emerging Catholic school teachers and leaders, and through ACE’s innovative instructional model, they develop the skills and knowledge necessary to serve some of the most under-resourced schools in the United States. By getting support, young people and adults can both reduce the impact of ACEs on their own life and break the cycle to prevent ACEs occurring in the next generation. Although the effects of ACEs can last a lifetime, they don’t have to. I've seen the Brain Architecture Game done before. What Are We Doing? I have a blog page with lots of resources on my trauma site. I'd be happy to share with you some of my activities that I use in my trauma informed schools training, if you'd like? Further signposting to support on a range of issues or concerns can be found in our resource hub. Additionally, tools to assess ACES in clinical settings are available. The presentation ‘Adverse Childhood Experiences – Public Health Masterclass’ given by Jacqui Reid-Blackwood, Public Health Programme Manager for Public Health England can be downloaded from www.nwcpwd.nhs.uk/Presentation.pdf. I believe we have a meeting schedule for this upcoming Friday. Watch the video trailers for Paper Tigers and/or Resilience so they see what training could happen next. Produced by the fostering promotion group ReMoved, this TedX features the story of a resilient, fictional young girl called Maja; who, frightened of her own father, is uncertain of when she may reach safety or if she will ever be properly loved and cared for. Thanks for your resource! Original US study Look ‘behind the behaviours’ and consider what the root cause of the presenting behaviour may be. Aces Presentation for Parents/Caregivers. In addition, you may bring along printed copies of your presentation, your full paper or other handouts, to distribute to audience members. Thanks so much! I do teacher training and school consulting on becoming trauma-informed. I forgot to mention I only have like 20 min this time around to introduce ACEs. A good first experience with ACEs awareness is the Brain Architecture game, as the previous poster mentioned. Early intervention and collaborative working are essential to reducing the impact of ACEs. 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