Keyword search should provide the most effective results for your query. To further refine your search, please select from the options below.

Results 1 - 10 of 127 for Adverse childhood Experiences. (0.4062138 seconds)

Adverse Childhood Experiences and the Lifelong Consequences of Trauma (2014)

This study of more than 17,000 middle-class Americans documented quite clearly that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can contribute significantly to negative adult physical and mental health outcomes and affect more than 60% of adults.

Issue 24: Adverse childhood experiences in the news: Successes and opportunities in coverage of childhood trauma

Beyond Adverse Childhood Experiences: Building Hope and Resiliency in Iowa

Beyond Adverse Childhood Experiences: Building Hope and Resiliency in Iowa In this report, ACEs 360 Iowa examines the prevalence of adverse childhood experiences in the state from 2012-2014 and identifies opportunities for addressing adversity. The data analysis confirms that the more types of trauma someone exper

One Approach to Screening for Adverse Childhood Experiences in Delaware

This case study explores how Delaware used federal funds to focus on early brain development and, specifically, on mitigating the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and toxic stress among families with young children.


ASTHO Brief: Adverse Childhood Experiences

ASTHO Brief: Adverse Childhood Experiences An ASTHO Brief focused on primary prevention of adverse childhood experiences. The Brief highlights early head start programs, dual generational approaches to address the needs of children and their caretakers, and strengthening economic supports for families. 2019-05-

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Adverse Childhood Experiences

This collection of news, perspectives, and other resources is intended to help raise awareness, prevent ACEs and improve resiliency, including an infographic.

Minimizing the Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences Through a Focus on Adverse Community Experiences

The Community Trauma and Resilience Video by Social and behavioral scientist and author Howard Pinderhuges, PHD, describes new and innovative thinking about trauma, which manifest not only among individuals, but also at the community level, due in part to the impact of structural violence and historical trauma. Source: Prevention Institute. Year: 2017.

American Academy of Pediatrics’ Guidance: Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences and Other Types of Trauma in the Primary Care Setting (2014)

This document provides initial suggestions for pediatricians to consider when addressing ACEs in their practices.

ASTHOBrief- Adverse Childhood Experiences: Primary Prevention

This brief highlights examples of primary prevention strategies, including building skills and promoting social norms for positive parenting, strengthening economic supports for families, and providing quality education and enrichment early in life. 

Prevention for the Next Generation: Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences, Suicide, and Overdose

With the pandemic upending social interaction, youth mental health is an increasingly important issue. This episode explores why understanding the intersection of suicide, overdose, and ACEs is critical to helping individuals live happy and healthy lives. It also focuses on the importance of connecting community needs, implementing awareness campaigns, and addressing stigma to reduce health disparities.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10  ... Next