By Crystal Jimenez, KYMA, October 25, 2019 A statewide initiative sets in motion to build stronger families and thriving children to prevent adverse childhood experiences. An adverse childhood experience (ACE) is a traumatic event that takes place in a child's life before the age of 18 that harms their developing brains and bodies where the effects show up decades later. Arizona is said to have the highest rate in the country of children who have experienced two or more ACEs. [ Please click...
There's the adopted child who comes to the parent and asks about his before life; the foster child who is anxious to talk about her feelings. Then, there are those who say nothing and ask nothing. Trauma-informed parents don't assume that the boys and girls who are interested in their past or who have a need to talk about it are the ones coming forward. On the contrary, the fact the child isn't asking may indicate just how great the child needs to connect and feel connected t o their source.
Association for Training on Trauma and Attachment in Children Drop by Phoenix Children's Hospital on April 24th anytime between 7:30-9:30 AM for breakfast, networking and discussion. Learn about ATTACh and have an impact on the the 31st annual conference scheduled for this October. This event is free. Phoenix Children's Hospital 2632 N 20th st. Phoenix AZ . RSVP to email@example.com
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