Provider handout that includes helpful information on how to discuss ACEs with parents.Also Available in: Spanish
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A first look at the impact of ACEs in California through four years of data collected by the annual California Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance
Frequently Asked Questions on How ACEs Affect Health.
A handout that includes tips for providers that promote their resilience and prevent burnout.Also Available in: Spanish
Provider handout on ways to approach families when screening for ACEs.
A handout developed by the Center for Youth Wellness that explains how ACEs impact children and adults.
Stress Health is an initiative of the Center for Youth Wellness, which aims to raise the public’s awareness about ACEs, toxic stress, and concrete strategies for healing.
- The Things we Carry Video: A powerful short video on toxic stress and the importance of breaking the cycle.
Research and background information on ways that ACEs impact the body.
Provider handout on identifying parents ACEs and provide support to them and the entire family as a whole.Also Available in: Spanish
Step by step facts about the science of toxic stress.
The Science Behind the Skills Adults Need to Succeed in Parenting and in the Workplace. This document details the science behind prolonged stress impacts and rebuilding skills to succeed in adulthood, oriented towards any service provider.
This document details the science behind prolonged stress impacts and rebuilding skills to succeed in adulthood, oriented towards any service provider.
This brief is part of a series that summarizes essential scientific findings from Center publications.
Led by pediatrician Jack Shonkoff, MD, the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, founded in 2006, aggregates and spurs local, national, and international innovation in policy, research, and practice for children and families.