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Orlando Regional Medical Center - Multipurpose room A- 52 W. Underwood St. Orlando, FL 32806

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Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and toxic stress have a direct impact on an individual's health and well being. As an ACE score increases, so do the risk of disease, social and emotional problems.

Learning about ACEs can help you understand how a trauma informed approach can help aid in substance use prevention efforts, as well as tips and tools for building resilience and supporting those who have experienced trauma or toxic stress

When: Friday, April 30, 2019 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Who: Health Professionals, Social Workers, and Mental Health Therapists

Where: Orlando Regional Medical Center- Mulitpupose room A - 52 W. Underwood St. Orlando, FL 32806

CEUs WILL BE ISSUED FOR QUALIFIED PARTICIPANTS

Join the Florida Department of Health in Orange County and Carolann Duncan, MS, Tramua Informed Response Trainer, along with Ann Pimentel-Kerr, Children Advocacy Center, Howard Philips Center for Children & Families for overview of the science of ACEs, How these experiences impact children and what professionals can do to help children grow and heal after adversity.

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