Tue, 18 October 2016
Maine has one of the highest rates in the nation of individuals who have experienced adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Some studies indicate that more than half of Mainers have experienced at least one adverse childhood experience. The health impact of ACEs has shown to be profound, both behaviorally and physically. So, understanding both the high prevalence and significant health impact of ACEs, what is a responsible health care provider to do?
During this webinar, we’ll discuss constructive ways that providers, administrators and entire systems can create a practice culture that acknowledges survivors of trauma, builds a supportive care environment and understands that treating their health needs sometimes requires going beyond the purely clinical.
Direct download: L__L_10-18-16_audio_only.m4a
Category:HealthCare, Adverse Childhood Experience, ACE's, trauma, Trauma-Informed System of Care -- posted at: 2:01pm EDT