Children’s positive experiences or protective factors can prevent children from experiencing adversity and can protect against many of the negative health and life outcomes even after adversity has occurred. Addressing conditions that put children and families at risk of ACEs is important so that we can prevent ACEs before they happen. This presentation shares information about Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs) Survey and how ACES and trauma relate to health and learning.
One hour of PD/CTLE credit is awarded upon successful completion of this course.
To enroll in or review a course, click on the "Enroll" or the "Enroll | review" button in the upper right of the course summary page.
(December 2020, Updated January, 2022, 37 minutes)
The modules for this course are shown below and will be available after enrollment, click the yellow “enroll” button to enroll:
The following certificates are awarded when the course is completed:
||Trauma Informed Care in School CTLE PD Certificate