ACEs Building Trauma Informed Systems

April 24-26, 2018
National Louis University

Lisle, IL

Are you interested in learning more about ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences)?

Would you like to assist your local association, school or community with becoming trauma informed in order to help our most vulnerable students excel in social, emotional and academic learning?

Join us for this 2 1/2 day training to discover the ACEs research, examine components of trauma informed schools and gather tools to assist students with building their resiliency and strengthening their executive function skills. Participants will have the opportunity to assess where their organization is on the continuum of becoming trauma-informed, determine their portals of entry or spheres of influence in order to raise the level of awareness and knowledge base in their own settings.

Formally, known as training of trainers, these sessions lay the groundwork that will assist you and your team in building trauma informed systems.

All of these skills also will help school districts comply with the new student discipline law that went into effect on Sept. 15 (SB100/P.A.99-0456).

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