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Hi Brittany, sorry for the late reply, busy week.   I am in St. Louis and am the staff trainer for the St. Louis Arc here.  I do the staff training for about 500 employees who support people with disabilities.  I have also worked on the program end as an associate director for 180 staff supporting 45 people with extensive behavior and medical needs.   I have also had seven young adults in my home in the past 6 years.   Four have ACEs scores of 4-6, and two with scores of 8-9.  It has been quite a journey.   I have been speaking about trauma, and learning everyday.  I have learned most of it through trail and error, and now the research is catching up.   If any of this will help you, feel free to contact me.

@Sue Shaw posted:

Hi Brittany, sorry for the late reply, busy week.   I am in St. Louis and am the staff trainer for the St. Louis Arc here.  I do the staff training for about 500 employees who support people with disabilities.  I have also worked on the program end as an associate director for 180 staff supporting 45 people with extensive behavior and medical needs.   I have also had seven young adults in my home in the past 6 years.   Four have ACEs scores of 4-6, and two with scores of 8-9.  It has been quite a journey.   I have been speaking about trauma, and learning everyday.  I have learned most of it through trail and error, and now the research is catching up.   If any of this will help you, feel free to contact me.

Hi Sue,

Thanks so much for commenting and sharing some of your experience! Thank you so much for doing the work that you do. As an ACEs 10/10, it warms my heart to know that you took in those children and are using your knowledge and experience to spread awareness and educate others. I would love to connect with you if that's ok. Will inbox you.

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