Editorial about the important role that Family Physicians play in patients’ lives by addressing ACEs.
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Policy statement on addressing ACEs in clinical practice.
This document explains ACEs and how they contribute to adult physical and mental health outcomes – it is the first in a 6-part series designed for primary care practices.
This center will focus on resilience in children and families for long-term health.
This program offers child healthcare providers a comprehensive, logical approach to integrating violence prevention efforts in practice and the community. The program takes an asset-based approach to anticipatory guidance, focusing on helping parents and families raise resilient children.
The Early Brain and Child Development project optimal early brain and child development is essential for the health and well-being of children.This site describes the science of ACEs, toxic stress; becoming a trauma-informed medical home; screening for and responding to trauma symptoms; integration with early brain development; handouts for parents.
Background information and examples of motivational interviewing.
The resilience project is dedicated to helping and protecting today’s youth. This site describes the science of ACEs, toxic stress; becoming a trauma-informed medical home; screening for and responding to trauma symptoms; integration with early brain development; handouts for parents.
The training toolkit is an education tool for pediatricians, residents, medical home teams, and others to better understand the effects of exposure to violence and how to approach the issue in the pediatric medical home setting.
These 4 ads can be used to educate pediatricians and other health care professionals about the important role they play in identifying children who have been exposed to violence or are experiencing toxic stress. They’re ideal for physically hanging in staff lounges, hallways, or other high-traffic areas. They can also be used for newsletters and other promotional pieces.
This 6-part series was designed with the primary care practice in mind – those who may or may not be familiar with adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the process of asking families about exposure to ACEs or other traumatic events.
Webinars on toxic stress and resilience.
Handout for parents about caring for themselves and children.
A number of AAP policy statements and clinical reports that can help guide pediatricians and the medical home in identifying and treating children exposed to violence.
What providers can do in clinical practice to address ACEs and toxic stress to help and protect youth.
This document provides pediatricians and other health care providers with prevention and intervention resources.
A consumer resource featuring information related to psychological issues affecting your daily physical and emotional well-being.
An American Psychological Association (APA) fact sheet series, “How psychologists can help,” provides insight into how psychologists can help patients manage a range of chronic health conditions.
Webinar in Sarah Haight, Katie Albright, Jeannette Pai-Espinosa, and Jason Gortney in 2014.
4CA is a cross-sector advocacy organization that includes child welfare, early childhood, education, health, and youth justice collaboration in joint advocacy towards resolving ACEs.
Webinars on state-level policy approaches to addressing childhood adversity.
Video about the definition of ACEs and methods to prevent them.
Center for Health Care Strategies webinars and profiles on ACEs.