Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are stressful or traumatic events that occur during childhood. Experiencing abuse or neglect, witnessing domestic violence, or even living through a global pandemic might cause ACEs. These adverse experiences impact brain development and overall child development.
However, children are resilient. With support from a loving caregiver, they can recover.
On Monday, December 13th, join GRPS’ Parent University for a special course all about ACEs by Arbor Circle’s Haley Perry, LLMSW. As a social worker and mental health specialist, Haley promotes the importance of a secure parent-child attachment relationship to relieve the impact of any adverse experiences that may occur during childhood.
This live, interactive virtual event is scheduled for 12/13/2021 over Zoom; We hope to see you there!
Choose to attend this meeting on 12/13 at either of the following times:
- 10:00 A.M. https://grps-org.zoom.us/j/87947352383?pwd=Z3RESERTQTVYSGNmUWtBNDVxY3czQT09
- 5:30 P.M. https://grps-org.zoom.us/j/85882447656?pwd=WFc5TEpveUNhVDM5ZkM3VkorTkxtUT09https://grps-org.zoom.us/j/85275370176?pwd=RERqMnRtbTNST3NiUUxlNHA0YlRXQT09