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Tagged With "childhoods"

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Children and Families Coping with Covid-19

Justina Acevedo-Cross ·
Children and families may be facing more adversity due to the economic and home impact of the Covid-19 outbreak. The Covid-19 situation is fluid and changing daily and I know it effects early childhood programs in a big way. The National Child Traumatic Stress Network put out a good guide on helping families cope with Coronavirus given so many changes to daily life; it is a great resource. Access it here: Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope With the Coronavirus Disease 2019. ...
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FREE Training Courses on Understanding, Recognizing and Preventing ACEs

Yvonne Yoro ·
We each have a role in preventing ACEs. Check out these modules and pieces of training that will help us "create healthier, happier childhoods for kids today, and bright futures for adults tomorrow." Visit https://vetoviolence.cdc.gov/apps/aces-training/#/#top .
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Re: Children and Families Coping with Covid-19

Daniel Goya ·
Mahalo Justina- What a great resource!
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Re: FREE Training Courses on Understanding, Recognizing and Preventing ACEs

Daniel Goya ·
This is amazing Yvonne! Mahalo for sharing
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Re: FREE Training Courses on Understanding, Recognizing and Preventing ACEs

Cheri Richards ·
Yvonne, I shared this with one of my co-workers. She is getting a better understanding of ACEs and how the ACEs are helping her show more compassion to some members in her Ohana. Mahalo Piha.
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Re: FREE Training Courses on Understanding, Recognizing and Preventing ACEs

Yvonne Yoro ·
@Cheri Richards , I'm glad to know that your co-worker has been able to learn more through these videos. Please stay tuned as we continue to share more resources and opportunities that give us a better understanding of ACEs here in Hawai'i. I invite you to follow us on our social media accounts as well! Facebook: @ACEsConnectionHawaii Instagram: @acesconnectionhawaii
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Why the dean of early childhood experts wants to get beyond the brain [centerforhealthjournalism.org]

By Ryan White, Center for Health Journalism, July 23, 2020 Harvard’s Jack Shonkoff, a luminary in the field of early childhood, has spent years showing that events in the earliest years of life have profound implications for how budding brains develop, and in turn, shape a child’s later potential at school and work. Now, Shonkoff says it’s time to connect the brain to the rest of the body. “The message now is to say that there is a revolution going on in molecular biology and genomics and in...
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Trauma-Informed Criminal Justice with Special Guest, Becky Haas, Pioneer in Developing Trauma-Informed Judicial Initiatives

Please join us for our new series entitled: Trauma-Informed Criminal Justice. This monthly virtual Zoom series will feature conversations facilitated by Dr. Porter Jennings-McGarity, PhD/LCSW, PACEs Connection’s criminal justice consultant, with special guests to discuss the need for trauma-informed criminal justice system reform. Using a PACEs-science lens, this series will examine the relationship between trauma and the criminal justice system, what needs changing, and strategies being...
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