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ACEs and Prenatal Strategies (webinar)

April 7, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

This webinar will share updated research on how ACEs and stress can be transferred from parent to child, Iowa data on the stress pregnant mothers are facing today, and opportunities to prevent ACEs in future generations.

How a child develops is the foundation for a prosperous community in the future. Starting even before birth, a child’s brain architecture is being constructed through an ongoing process that continues into adulthood. But many children experience stress early on that damages the early developing architecture of their brain and can undermine their ability to reach their full potential.​ Not only can early experiences of adversity impact individuals’ lives, they also can impact future generations. Our experiences may be woven into our children’s and even our grandchildren’s genetic code.

If we are going to reduce trauma and improve health outcomes today, and in the future, we need to start at the beginning. The VERY beginning.


April 7, 2020
9:00 am - 10:30 am

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We have an ambitious goal: training 22,000 people to be trauma-informed. This is 5 percent of Omaha’s population and is the beginning of real change in our community. Has your organization hosted a training about trauma and resilience? Let us know how it went!

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