Promising Practices in the Mitigation of the Impacts of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) in Children Ages 0 to 6
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Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are childhood events that cause harm or distress and, as a result, disrupt the child’s health and development. The purpose of this report is to define ACEs and their impact on development, health, and well-being; describe how ACEs are identified in children ages 0 to 6; and investigate evidence-based practices being used with children ages 0 to 6 and parent/caregiver-child dyads to mitigate (make less severe or harmful) the impacts of ACEs in childhood and beyond.
“In November 2022 an Executive Summary was added to the report”.
The Art and Science of Transplanting Children
This course explores the attachment needs of children and how these can become disrupted when a child is moved into a new environment. Each presentation is designed so that the material builds on the information learned in previous presentations. This course is suitable for anyone working with children or who is responsible for making policy decisions regarding children who are placed into care. This can be used for individual professional development or could be used as a series of one-hour staff development sessions. Foster and adoptive parents will also benefit from this information.SKU: 8-V-808
Child Death Review in Canada: A National Scan
This report provides information about current child death review processes that exist in each of the provinces and territories in Canada, based on interviews with key informants in each region. Particular attention is paid to those provinces with a coordinated, multi-disciplinary, provincial child death review process. Recommendations and advice for others initiating a child death review process are also included.SKU: 2-460
Power to Parent: Common Challenges
Dr. Neufeld discusses ways to address challenging behaviour in children while maintaining attachment relationships. The eight sessions are as follows:
- Thinking developmentally when facing challenges
- Recognizing the signs of trouble
- Living with a sensitive child
- Cultivating resilience in a child
- Leading an alpha child
- Disciplining a stuck child
- Putting the developmental approach into practice
The First Years Last Forever (I Am Your Child Video Series)
The new research in brain development tells us of the vital importance of the relationship between caregiver and child in the critical first years of life. New parents have a wonderful opportunity to help their child reach their full potential.
This video includes information on:
- Bonding and attachment
- Child care
- Health and nutrition