|What we offer||Description||Length|
|Understanding ACEs: Building Self-Healing Communities||An in-depth presentation introducing the short- and long-term effects of ACEs, the findings of the ACE Study, core protective factors, and building resilient communities. This is our foundational presentation and recommended starting point. Can last 1 – 3 hours.||1-2.5 hours|
|The Parent Child Relationship as a Space for Healing||This presentation provides an overview of the impact of adversity and explores strategies to create caring and emotionally responsive relationships between children and adults that can serve as a buffer to the harmful effects of adverse childhood experiences.||1-2.5 hours|
|Introduction to Trauma-Informed Education||This presentation provides information on the impact of trauma on learning, identifying signs of trauma in students, and best practices for schools and classrooms to respond to students in healing-centered ways.||1-2.5 hours|
|NEAR@Home||Tailored to help home visitors have conversations about ACEs with parents and caregivers. NEAR stands for Neuroscience, Epigenetics, ACEs, and Resilience. Content overlaps with Understanding ACEs.||1-2.5 hours|
|Brain Architecture Game||A cooperative game about experience-based brain development, providing a hands-on illustration of the connection between adversity and brain development.||1-1.5 hours|
|Documentary Films: Paper Tigers or Resilience||Paper Tigers is a narrative-style documentary that tells the story of an alternative high school that uses ACE-Informed strategies to help students progress and heal.
Resilience is a documentary about several agencies and organizations throughout the country who have adopted trauma-informed approaches; showcasing real-life examples of ACEs science in action.
|2 hours with discussion|
To schedule a presentation, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.