What We Do
The following ongoing efforts
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) come in many forms, from physical and mental abuse to neglect and household dysfunction. In 1998, CDC-Kaiser Permanente published a groundbreaking study that investigated the impact of ACEs on physical and mental health problems in over 17,000 adults. During the study, the adults were given a survey asking about 10 different types of ACEs and if they had experienced them prior to the age of 18. The study showed a direct correlation between ACEs and future health complications.
Since this study, we’ve not only learned more about the psychological effects of ACEs on young minds, but also the long-term health complications that can come from recurring exposure to ACEs. Now that we understand how toxic stress affects the minds and bodies of children, we can interrupt these changes by providing safe, stable, nurturing environments, while helping children build social-emotional skills and resilience.
This 10 minute experience brings participants into the stories of child abuse victims. It also helps the engaged community to more effectively respond to child abuse around them. Bring The Lisa Project to your community, school, business, event, etc...
Father Engagement Matters!
When it comes to the growth and development of young children, fatherhood engagement is an incredibly important influencer. In fact, research has shown that children benefit directly from the involvement of a father figure in their lives, especially an engaged father.
Parent/Agency Collaborative Effort
It is the intent of PACE to support any interested community to support parents, staff, and the community to work together in facilitating shared leadership. It is the responsibility of the PACE Advisory Council to develop and maintain effective organizational structure and processes for satellite PACE groups in Tulare County.