PACES Connections = Positive and Adverse Childhood Experiences

Roundup   formerly ACEs Connection
 
Filmmaker Tom Weidlinger   Filmmaker Tom Weidlinger confronts his own ACEs while discovering his father’s hidden past Paul Weidlinger, a structural engineer who worked with some of the 20th century’s most famous modern architects, never talked about the Holocaust. He never told anyone in the U.S., including his son, that he was a Jew. By Sylvia Paull, PACEs Connection writer       Hands cradling the feet of two infants NEW Parenting with PACEs resources! We know how hard parenting with PACEs can be. PACEs Connection supports you in your parenting journey, and we’re excited to announce that we have lots of resources for you. By Natalie Audage, PACEs Connection staff       Illustrations of electrical pulses in the brain. ACEs and the Resilient Brain Here are six additional keys to optimal brain health and function, including “Nature” pills, reducing stress, and addressing brain-damaging medical conditions.  By Glenn Schiraldi, PACEs Connection member       What seems . . . reasonable . . . . For people who grew up focusing on survival, it’s not a lack of hard work that keeps them from changing. Surviving ACEs took hard work. What they didn’t have was the luxury or safety to turn  their attention toward anything except day-to-day survival. By Ron Arnold, PACEs Connection member   NEWS FROM AROUND THE STATE    
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