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The Alberta, Canada Story

Reflection Question #9 What kinds of education, training, supervision or mentorship could help your community become more trauma-informed?
Reflection Question #8 – What are the skills, assets and resources in your community that might be tapped in the work of preventing childhood adversity and building resilience? What skills, assets and resources do you need?

THE ARIZONA STORY

Reflection Question # 1 – In your community, which groups, agencies or individuals can you connect with that have already been exposed to the ACE study and the concepts of toxic stress and resilience?
Reflection Question #2 – In your community, who has yet to learn about this information?

 

The Camden, New Jersey Story

Reflection Question #5 – In addition to the ACEs counted in the 1998 Kaiser study, are there other sources of adversity particular to your community, such as neighborhood violence, racial/ethnic discrimination or the trauma caused by a natural disaster like flood or fire?
Reflection Question #6 – Who can be your partners in the work of preventing childhood adversity and building resilience among individuals and families? Think about obvious partners and uncommon/unlikely allies and collaborators.
Reflection Question #2 – In your community, who has yet to learn about this information?
Reflection Question # 4 – What kinds of data and research would help you understand the impact of ACEs in your community? Does any such data already exist? If not, how could you gather it?

THE DALLES, OREGON STORY

Reflection Question # 4 – What kinds of data and research would help you understand the impact of ACEs in your community? Does any such data already exist? If not, how could you gather it?
Reflection Question # 1 – In your community, which groups, agencies or individuals have already been exposed to the ACE study and the concepts of toxic stress and resilience?
Reflection Question #10 – When you envision a resilient community, what do you see? How would it be different from what currently exists? How will you get from here to there?
Reflection Question #7 – What would you or your organization do to prevent ACEs and boost resilience if you had absolutely no budget? What would you do if funds were unlimited?

THE IOWA STORY

Reflection Question # 1 – In your community, which groups, agencies or individuals have already been exposed to the ACE study and the concepts of toxic stress and resilience?
Reflection Question # 4 – What kinds of data and research would help you understand the impact of ACEs in your community? Does any such data already exist? If not, how could you gather it?
Reflection Question #2 – In your community, who has yet to learn about this information?

The Maine Story

Reflection Question #5 – In addition to the ACEs counted in the 1998 Kaiser study, are there other sources of adversity particular to your community, such as neighborhood violence, racial/ethnic discrimination or the trauma caused by a natural disaster like flood or fire?
 Reflection Question # 4 – What kinds of data and research would help you understand the impact of ACEs in your community? Does any such data already exist? If not, how could you gather it?
Reflection Question #6 – Who can be your partners in the work of preventing childhood adversity and building resilience among individuals and families? Think about obvious partners and uncommon/unlikely allies and collaborators
Reflection Question #7 – What would you or your organization do to prevent ACEs and boost resilience if you had absolutely no budget? What would you do if funds were unlimited?
Reflection Question #10 – When you envision a resilient community, what do you see? How would it be different from what currently exists? How will you get from here to there?

The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Story

Reflection Question # 1 – In your community, which groups, agencies or individuals have already been exposed to the ACE study and the concepts of toxic stress and resilience?
Reflection Question #9 – What kinds of education, training, supervision or mentorship could help your community become more trauma-informed?
Reflection Question #10 – When you envision a resilient community, what do you see? How would it be different from what currently exists? How will you get from here to there?
Reflection Question # 4 – What kinds of data and research would help you understand the impact of ACEs in your community? Does any such data already exist? If not, how could you gather it?
Reflection Question #7 – What would you or your organization do to prevent ACEs and boost resilience if you had absolutely no budget? What would you do if funds were unlimited?

The Tarpon Springs, Florida Story

Reflection Question #3 – What are some ways you can educate others about ACEs, toxic stress and resilience? Who can help you in this effort?
Reflection Question #9 – What kinds of education, training, supervision or mentorship could help your community become more trauma-informed?
Reflection Question #5 – In addition to the ACEs counted in the 1998 Kaiser study, are there other sources of adversity particular to your community, such as neighborhood violence, racial/ethnic discrimination or the trauma caused by a natural disaster like flood or fire?
Reflection Question #7 – What would you or your organization do to prevent ACEs and boost resilience if you had absolutely no budget? What would you do if funds were unlimited?

The Walla Walla, Washington Story

Reflection Question # 1 – In your community, which groups, agencies or individuals have already been exposed to the ACE study and the concepts of toxic stress and resilience?
Reflection Question #9 – What kinds of education, training, supervision or mentorship could help your community become more trauma-informed?
Reflection Question #3 – What are some ways you can educate others about ACEs, toxic stress and resilience? Who can help you in this effort?
Reflection Question #7 – What would you or your organization do to prevent ACEs and boost resilience if you had absolutely no budget? What would you do if funds were unlimited?
Reflection Question #10 – When you envision a resilient community, what do you see? How would it be different from what currently exists? How will you get from here to there?
Reflection Question # 4 – What kinds of data and research would help you understand the impact of ACEs in your community? Does any such data already exist? If not, how could you gather it?