Grantees across the state are developing supplemental trainings and webinars to support the mission of ACEs Aware.
ACES Aware Community Supplemental Training
This training, provided through the statewide ACEs Aware supplemental training grant, will delve into how we each play a vital role in supporting the health and well-being of children, adults, families and communities. Attendees will learn how Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and toxic stress shape the developing brain and body, as well as gain strategies and resources to heal the negative impacts of ACEs and unlock the potential of the next generation.
Who should attend: This training is open to service providers, educators, parents, caregivers and community members.
Upcoming trainings are on the following Wednesdays from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Register for free by clicking on the links below:
The Power of Trauma-Informed Care
ACEs Aware Provider Supplemental Training
This free training, provided through the statewide ACEs Aware supplemental training grant, aims to enhance provider insight about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Providers will learn how screening for ACEs, assessing risk for toxic stress and responding with trauma-informed care can help inform patient treatment. The earlier we can identify that an individual is experiencing ACEs and toxic stress, the sooner children, adults and families can be connected to the resources and services they need to heal.
Who should attend: This training is open to primary care, pediatric, health care and behavioral health providers.
Upcoming trainings are on the following Thursdays from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm. Register for free by clicking on the links below:
Webinar: Navigating the Journey Through Implementing Trauma-Informed Care
September 22 (Organizations in Los Angeles County) and September 29 (Organizations outside Los Angeles County)
In this 60-minute webinar, learn how Eisner Health reduced escalations, supported staff wellness, and improved the patient experience across three clinics in Los Angeles by integrating TIC. Staff members from administration, behavioral health, medical, and dental departments will share their perspectives and lessons they learned during the journey that organizations in any sector can apply to guide their teams to success.
Kings County Training: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Toxic Stress 101 (Clinical)
The Kings County Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Aware clinical training is a previously recorded interactive 2.5-hour webinar session. It is offered to Medi-Cal staff and will provide a foundation to integrate ACEs screening and offer support to respond with trauma informed care, referrals, and resources unique to Kings County. Please note that this training does not certify primary care providers to receive Medi-Cal ACE screening reimbursements. At the completion of this training, our participants can claim CEU credits. Our clinical training has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM and ANCC, CBRN, APA, AAPA, and ASWB CE credits.
Kings County Training: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Toxic Stress 101 (Non-Clinical)
The Kings County Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Aware training event is a previously recorded interactive 2-hour webinar session. It is tailored to community and medical staff and will provide a foundation to integrate a trauma transformed approach to supporting clinical ACEs screening and offer support to respond with trauma informed care, referrals, and resources unique to Kings County. Please note that this training does not certify primary care providers to receive Medi-Cal ACE screening reimbursements. A list of certified Core Trainings and approved Supplemental Trainings is available at the ACEs Aware website. However, at the completion of this training, our participants can claim a completion certificate.
Panel Discussion: What Happens After ACEs Screening? Effective Clinical Response & Community Partnership
Available On Demand (Closed Captions in English and Spanish) – Free CME/CE
Speakers: Rachel Gilgoff, MD; Lacy Ketelhut; Leena Singh, PhD; Victoria Sparks, MD
This webinar will discuss opportunities for ACEs screening implementation in the medical setting, identify evidence-informed clinical approaches for responding to ACEs within pediatric and family medicine practice, and present effective strategies for responding to ACEs through community partnerships.
Riverside County Core Training
The Riverside University Health System (RUHS)—Public Health and Riverside County Medical Association (RCMA) is hosting a Core Training as a part of the ACEs Aware initiative. ACEs Aware is a statewide initiative to offer Medi-Cal providers training, clinical protocols, and payment for screening children and adults for ACEs.
If you have any questions, please contact Ryan Natividad, (951) 955-9723, RNatividad@ruhealth.org.
**Please note: Attendance is required at two sessions (August/September or October) to qualify for ACE screening reimbursement and to receive 2.5 CME credits. **