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Free 2017 Spring Webinar Series: The Practice and Power of Engaging Parent Leaders

Isabel Ruelas ·
May 23, noon-1:30pm: The Practice and Power of Engaging Parent Leaders with Lisa Deputie & Roxy Foster This webinar is about understanding the best practices of engaging parents with professionals. We will focus on strategies that empower parents to create change for themselves, their families and communities. We will discuss and explore the following questions : Why would parents want to be involved? Why would staff want to be engage in parent involvement? Why is parent involvement...
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ACE Trainings: Developing A Cohort of Action and Expertise (Hennepin County, Minnesota)

Jonette Luca\ia ·
YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN IN ACTION PLANNING TO SUSTAIN ADVERSE CHILD EXPEREINCES (ACE) WORK IN THE COMMUNITY and SCHOOLS On September 22 nd , a group of community members and organization leaders attended a presentation of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE). The September presentation was the just beginning of a journey to raise awareness about ACEs, support the development of resilience and ultimately engage individuals in community transformation in the northwest suburbs of Hennepin...
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Upcoming Circle of Parents Children's Program Training in Saint Paul, MN

Isabel Ruelas ·
Thursday, June 8 th Time: Welcome at 8:30am Training from 9:00am- 4:00pm Where: LifeTrack Building 709 University Avenue West Saint Paul, MN 55104 To Register and for more Information please contact: Lisa Deputie, ldeputie@pcamn.org or 651.325.9391 All parents have stress, some more than others, and support and help make the difference. As the Minnesota chapter of Circle of Parents, MCCC partners with communities to offer peer-led, mutual self-help support groups for parents and children...
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Why a Baby’s Connection With a Parent Matters [The New York Times]

Isabel Ruelas ·
By PERRI KLASS, M.D. "In pediatrics, attachment is the emotional connection that develops between a young child and a parent or other caregiver. Attachment theory was developed in the mid-20th century by a British psychiatrist, John Bowlby , whose own upper-class British upbringing included the loss of a beloved nanny, and an early trip to boarding school. Mary Ainsworth, his student and later collaborator, devised what is known as the strange situation procedure , in which a 1-year-old is...
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From Trauma to Resilience training in Minneapolis, MN

Nicholas Cota ·
Only 15 SPOTS remain for our training, From Trauma to Resilience: Fostering Hope Through Trauma-Informed Care! On September 27, participants will come together for our day long comprehensive training. This training is designed to assist participants in developing their unique skillset needed to support individuals who have experienced adverse childhood experiences and traumatic events. Objectives: Increase awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and impact on well-being. Explain...
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Honor A Parent for Parent Leadership Month

Isabel Ruelas ·
February is National Parent Leadership Month! Each year, we recognize parents, caretakers, and professionals across Minnesota for building on the strengths of families. The voices of parents help shape the lives of communities, and can direct programs and policies that impact them, so this is our way of honoring these voices. Ways to Get Involved! * Become a co-host of the event; no financial contribution necessary * Attend the Parent Leadership Month event on February 22nd * Nominate a...
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Honor A Parent or Caretaker for the Unsung Hero Award

Isabel Ruelas ·
February is National Parent Leadership Month. Minnesota Communities Caring for Children (MCCC) / Prevent Child Abuse Minnesota (PCAMN) will join forces with the Minnesota Department of Human Services and other national and local organizations to recognize, honor, and celebrate parents and caretakers for leadership roles in their homes and communities throughout the month. All nominees will be honored and highlighted in a celebration at the State Capitol on Thursday, February 23, 2017. Food...
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How childhood stress can knock 20 years off your life [The Guardian]

Isabel Ruelas ·
T here is a scene in James Redford’s new film, Resilience , in which a paediatrician cites a parental misdeed so outmoded as to seem bizarre. “Parents used to smoke in the car with kids in the back and the windows rolled up,” she says, incredulous. How long ago those days now seem; how wise today’s parents are to the dangers of those toxins. Yet every week in her clinic in the Bayview-Hunters Point area of San Francisco, children present with symptoms of a new pollutant – one that is just as...
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I Was Abused as a Child. How Do I Deal With This as a Parent? [New York Times]

Isabel Ruelas ·
Dear Sugars, I made a mistake. My daughter is 10 and has been a raging ball of hormones lately. During one of her daily “Y ou don’t understand me and how hard my life is!” tantrums, I yelled, out of sheer exhaustion: “You don’t know a hard life! When I was your age, my stepdad used to hit me and touch me inappropriately.” I regretted it immediately and left the room. I told my husband what I had said, and he thought I should talk to her about it. I didn’t. I chose to do what people always...
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Parent Leadership, Education, and Collaboration

Isabel Ruelas ·
Barb Sorum, Director of Prevention Initiatives- Southern MN Locations across Minnesota's southern region are diligent and focused on strengthening their communities. Olmsted County is determined to make significant changes to further support area families and children, improve and strengthen resilience, and create a community of healing. On Monday, February 6, the Olmsted County BRIDGE Collaborative hosted an Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) community summit, Understanding ACEs: Building...
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Please Join Us for a QPI Event

Isabel Ruelas ·
Tuesday July 24 | 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Fostering Relationships Training with Carole Shauffer, Founder of the Quality Parenting Initiative Wednesday July 25 | 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Community Breakfast: First Year Celebration & Future Opportunities Maplewood Community Center 2100 White Bear Avenue, Maplewood, MN 55109 As a partner within the child welfare system, your voice and knowledge is a key to supporting the children and families. Traditional supervised visits can be stressful and...
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Propel: Resources for Youth Struggling with Substance Use and Their Families

Isabel Ruelas ·
The University of MN and Natalis Counseling & Psychology Solutions are partnering to provide two new drug and alcohol abuse prevention and intervention programs. The goal of the programs is to help adolescents and parents live a healthy and drug-free life. These brief, evidenced-based interventions (described below) provide a unique opportunity for teens and their families to develop skills related to problem solving, goal planning, and relationship building. For more information about...
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Show Your Support for Parent Leadership at the State Capitol on Thursday, February 23, 2017

Isabel Ruelas ·
Get Ready to Recognize Parent Leaders February is National Parent Leadership Month. Minnesota Communities Caring for Children (MCCC) / Prevent Child Abuse Minnesota (PCAMN) will join forces with the Minnesota Department of Human Services and other national and local organizations to recognize, honor, and celebrate parents for leadership roles in their homes and communities throughout the month. MCCC will honor and highlight the achievements of parents from across the state at a celebration...
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Re: From Trauma to Resilience training in Minneapolis, MN

Isabel Ruelas ·
I'll share this post onto my work's FB page! Thanks!
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Re: From Trauma to Resilience training in Minneapolis, MN

Nicholas Cota ·
Awesome! Thanks so much for doing that, Isabel! If you would like me to mail a flyer or anything, please feel free to reach out to me. nrcota@gundersenhealth.org
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Re: Parent Leadership, Education, and Collaboration

Thanks for posting this, Isabel. That's quite a turn-out! And I'm so glad that more people are learning about ACEs science.
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