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An agenda through which #traumainformed approaches and other means of tackling #ACEs could (and should) play a large part. Glad to see Scotland are taking this on board #ACEAwareNation

https://t.co/te7jK4K8kz

Thank you @AnneMarieMorris for endorsing our campaign. With your support, we can now say that 300 MPs support our call to reduce child maltreatment by 70% by the year 2030 - a major showing of support for tackling #ACEs in our society #TraumaInformedUK

When Schools Meet Trauma With Understanding, Not Discipline https://t.co/XSgMcPx6qG /@NPR #traumainformed #traumainformedschools In light of shootings by troubled youth, we need more than understanding, but certainly alternative to discipline.

Lovely to spend time with team 3 in Central today. Enjoying embedding the learning from #acetime across @SWPSwansea. Supporting officers to identify #ACES and work in a #traumainformed way. @ACEsPoliceWales @BarnardosCymru @AceLeadSWP

Last night I was a victim of a burglary whereby my car a Grey VW Golf GTI LS18AYM was stolen from my driveway in Sussex. Keys taken. At 0300 was seen in West Mids!

Thankyou to my colleagues thus far. Family safe but would be grateful of some help to try & find it.

Great share @warren_larkin! 🙏

“...trauma in childhood is a very very powerful predictor of serious problems like experiencing psychotic events in adult life...”

We need to shift resources towards prevention.

From @Telegraph (2016)

“There are no pills, band-aids or magic wands that can fix childhood trauma. What is very effective is building hope for the future, kindness, compassion, love, patience and support!” -Dr. Bryan Pearlman
@DrP_Principal
#MaslowBeforeBloom
#whateverittakesforkids
#traumainformed

@PoemsFaRunaway @7030Campaign “We will never stop ‘picking up the pieces’ and in fact, levels of child maltreatment will never go down if we continue doing the same old things we’ve always done.”
George Hosking OBE – CEO of WAVE Trust

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Yet police forces across the UK are instead pursuing a trauma-informed approach in ever greater numbers, inc working with other sectors, a public health approach that has a proven track record in reducing crime and violent crime #traumainformed #ACEs

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We’re thrilled that you’ve decided to make a pledge and can’t wait to hear how you plan to make a difference in your community. It’s important to spread the word and get the message heard, so we ask that you let others know of the task you plan to undertake and the difference you hope to make. Remember to include #pledgefor7030 and tag @7030Campaign.

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Support in Times of Need

Offer to be an emergency contact for someone.

Provide information about local family support services.

Get groceries for someone who’s in need of support.

Provide emotional support for someone in need.

Support a new parent e.g. offer to babysit or provide childcare or cook them a meal.

Ask a school head teacher to host a community resource night so that you and other parents can see what your community offers.

Parental Resilience

Join a new parenting group.

Make time for yourself / have some ‘you time’ e.g. take a nap, read, do something you love!

Arrange a date night with your partner.

Use positive thinking e.g. tell yourself that you are doing a great job/ the best that you can.

Offer to help friends/neighbours with chores so they get a break to recharge their batteries.

Social and Emotional Competence in Children

Celebrate and support the achievements of your children.

Encourage a child to teach you something new.

Give your child a hug.

Read with your child.

Knowledge of Childhood and Parenting

Subscribe to a magazine or online newsletter about parenting and child development.

Join a local parenting class.

Share information about ways to prevent child maltreatment through your social media channels (twitter or Facebook).

Click here to access some of WAVE Trust’s resources!

Social Connections

Meet your neighbour.

Organise a local activity in your community.

Join a new community group.

Link up to an existing community service.

Make some time to see your friends/family in a social setting.

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