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Welcome to ACE and Trauma-Informed New Zealand

Adriana van Altvorst ·
Kia ora, I was born and raised in NZ and I live in Papakura which is located in South Auckland. I am a mother of four beautiful children and grandmother of three granddaughters with more to come. I am Maori (indigenous people of NZ) and whakapapa to Ngati Kahu ki Whangaroa Ngati Kahu ki Whangaroa is in the Far North of the North Island of NZ A very beautiful place with beautiful beaches including Taupo Bay, the area from where my whanau (family) come from. ACE and Trauma-informed NZ is a...
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Re: Welcome to ACE and Trauma-Informed New Zealand

Jodi Wert ·
Dear Adriana, I'm new to ACE and Trauma-Informed New Zealand (today!), so just now had access / opportunity to read your welcome. Thank you for facilitating this opportunity to connect and share. In solidarity and with love, Jodi
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We are now Trauma-responsive New Zealand

Adriana van Altvorst ·
Kia ora whanau, I have changed our community name to Trauma-Responsive New Zealand If you have Bookmarked the old site then you will discover it no longer exists It does exist Just under a different name. ACES Connection has also changed their name too PACEs Connection A positive change with the P for positive It goes to show that we are a community of people who are responsive We are not stuck We are moving at "PACE" towards our destination And as we do so we are increasing our momentum as...
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Re: New for You ~ PACES Connection Reacts to the HOPE Summit

Adriana van Altvorst ·
I attended the HOPE Summit...it was truly amazing. Visit this website for more information: https://positiveexperience.org/ To all New Zealand followers you can join most of the workshops, summits, Zooms......we learn from others To help with the time zones I have downloaded an app to convert times ....it sits on my toolbar and helps out so much I have attended many online events.....the more you do it the easier it gets. It is a great way to meet up with others Hope to see more New...
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Obesity ~ Find the underlying cause

Adriana van Altvorst ·
This post in my inbox this morning from PACES Connection Weekly Roundup Schroeder K, Schuler BR, Kobulsky JM, Sarwer DB. The association between adverse childhood experiences and childhood obesity: A systematic review. Obes Rev. 2021 Jul;22(7):e13204. PMID: 33506595 From a research review, “Findings suggest ACEs are associated with childhood obesity. Girls may be more sensitive to obesity-related effects of ACEs than boys, sexual abuse appears to have a greater effect on childhood obesity...
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Why we should befriend Adversity by Mark A. Campbell

Adriana van Altvorst ·
This is a good article to read: Why we should befriend Adversity Snippet: We all go through difficult situations, period. There is no magic formula for dealing with these times, but there are ways we can learn to manage them. Through the process of struggling, we acquire knowledge and skills that allow us to function at a higher level. We gain an understanding of our strengths, as well as those areas of life which need improvement. It allows us to connect with our values, which leads to...
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The Road to Recovery from Miss Kendra

Adriana van Altvorst ·
This arrived in my inbox this morning. Many thanks to Miss Kendra This applies to us here in NZ The Road to Recovery is Not Linear Schools are in the process of recovery from the pandemic. Recoveries are rarely linear, and this one, in particular, will challenge everyone. When we think of goals and objectives they are often achieved in a linear fashion: you start from point A and go to point B. You prepare the class, you teach, the students learn, and objectives are met. You start with the...
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