Jane Ellen Stevens: What is the ACE Study and What Does it Teach Us about Early Childhood Trauma?

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Jane Ellen Stevens: What is the ACE Study and What Does it Teach Us about Early Childhood Trauma?

The ACEs Study (Adverse Childhood Experiences) was one of the largest studies ever done to assess the link between childhood maltreatment (abuse, neglect) and later life health and well-being. The findings of the ACEs Study are changing the level of importance we give to the impact of a person’s early beginnings. Jane Stevens, founder and editor of ACEsTooHigh.com, a news website and the accompanying social network site of ACEsConnection.com will update us on the latest ACEs Studies and research as well as best practices and programs, especially programs in school systems, that are developing based on what the ACEs Study has taught us about early childhood.

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The digital MP3 recordings and PDF Transcripts of the 2017 Educating Traumatized Children Summit.

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