Trauma Informed Care – An Overview
Trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) can have a direct, immediate, and overwhelming impact on a child’s social, emotional, behavioral and mental health. This training will provide a more advanced understanding of childhood trauma, toxic stress and its effects on health, development and overall well-being, as well as strategies on responding to children impacted by trauma.
Self-Care During COVID-19
A one-hour training on self-care, on how to get through this pandemic in a healthy way, emotionally, psychologically and physically, including strategies and activities on managing stress and develop mindfulness.
Over 71% of Kern County’s homeless population has experienced major trauma in their lives prior to becoming homeless. This presentation addresses the impact of ACEs and Trauma in their lives, and discusses resiliency and evidence-based strategies for helping them.
Virtual School, Stress, & Adapting to COVID-19
Join us in a discussion highlighting the current stresses for families returning to school virtually. We also discuss the need for Self-Care during this time, and how COVID-19 has affected us mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. We discuss strategies, resources and normalcy to what many are experiencing.
Providing professional assistance to those in trauma presents a unique set of challenges. This video provides an understanding of compassion fatigue, secondary stress, vicarious trauma and burnout, and discusses how to develop your own emotional health and strengthen your emotional resilience.
Trauma-Informed Care Forum - April, 2021
Resilient Kern is working with ACEs Aware to help build a stronger network of care in Kern County, beginning with expanding screenings for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) by Medi-Cal providers. This forum, from April of 2021, brings a shortened training on Trauma-Informed Care and brings community partners together to discuss TIC and ACEs in Kern County.
ACEs 101 - Building an ACEs Aware Kern County
Resilient Kern is working with ACEs Aware to help build a stronger network of care in Kern County, beginning with expanding screenings for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) by Medi-Cal providers. In this session, from May of 2021, we discuss with partners the goal of ACEs Aware initiative, how ACEs impact Kern County, and what it will take to spread trauma-informed care throughout our community.
ACEs Aware Kern County Network Engagement Session
This joint ACEs engagement session between Kern and Kings County discusses opportunities to advance clinical workflows to advance ACEs and mitigate toxic stress in Communities. The presentation highlights ways in which clinical providers and community partners can begin to advance ACEs screenings in Kern County.
ACEs Aware Kern County Learning Symposium
The ACEs Learning Symposium brought together Network of Care partners across California for a day of learning and action. The day consist of presentation from our Kern County ACEs pilot Omni Family Health, panel discussion with ACEs network of care planning grantees, and joint discussion between Unite Us and Kern Connected Community Network to advance social care referrals to advance health equity.
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