The "History & Hope" training is a four-part series that introduces the audience to the adverse childhood experiences study, and addresses the question "Why are adverse childhood experiences so adverse, and what can we do about it?" Bringing together Alaska Native ancestral knowledge of trauma and resilience; the sciences of neurobiology, physiology, and epigenetics; data on social and economic stressors affecting Alaskan families; simple brain-body healing exercises; and promising practices in education and early childhood settings, this presentation provides an introduction to how trauma-informed, culturally-responsive approaches in healthcare and education can help shift our most pressing health and social problems (visit https://www.akresilience.org for more information).
>>>Should attend: Youth providers and any community member wanting to gain a better understanding of ACE’s and how to move forward with trauma-informed and culturally-responsive approaches to supporting others.
>>>Presenter: Sue Armstrong, Alaska Resilience “History & Hope” trainer.
WHEN: ***PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN DATES FOR PARTS II, III, and IV
Part I: Introduction to ACE’s October 26th, 2018 @ 11:00am to 12:00pm
Part II: ACE’s across Lifespan November 2nd, 2018 @ 11:00am to 12:00pm
Part III: ACE’s across Lifespan November 16th, 2018 @ 11:00am to 12:00pm
Part IV: Supporting beyond ACE’s December 7th, 2018 @ 11:00am to 12:00pm
Register for this free webinar training: http://historyandhopewebinar.rsvpify.com