TOPICS that will be covered include:
- How to be equitable in your ACEs work
- Available data sources and how to use data to inform your work
- Engaging the community in your process
- Policies that treat and prevent ACEs
- Self-care and secondary trauma
- Using implementation science to achieve intended results
- Systems mapping and leveraging the strengths in your community
- The power of play and nature
- Trauma informed courtrooms
And much more! Check the agenda tab for more detailed information on workshop presenters and topics.
Working together, we will attempt to answer the question: How do we build upon the awareness of ACEs and toxic stress and set in motion actionable, measurable steps so that every child in North Carolina grows up in a resilient, safe, stable, and nurturing environment?