Trauma Information and Resources
Many children who are adopted have experienced some level of trauma, and as their parents it is important to educate ourselves about how this may impact their development.
One thing we can all do to assist our children in overcoming the impact of trauma is learn how to support their resiliency. Right now there are efforts going forward around Vermont to understand and address how trauma is impacting us - watch for a Building Flourishing Communities training in your area or click here to find the contact information for the trainer in your area.
Vermont's Building Flourishing Communities Occasional Newsletter - February 2017
- May 2017
Watch for the film "Resiliency" - it is being shown in communities around the State - click here to see the trailer
To learn about resiliency, toxic stress and brain development please visit the Harvard Center on the Developing Child - Key Concepts web page
To understand our role as parents in balancing the impact of adverse experiences on our children you can visit (and listen to) information found at Balancing ACEs with HOPE: The Role of Positive Experiences in Child Development
To view a PDF of the following information click here