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Learning Cards

Below are definitions for six key terms used to talk about behavioral health and why they matter. These six Learning Cards that can be downloaded to help educate caregivers, care providers and others.


ACES are traumatic experiences that occur before the age of 18


A child’s brain grows rapidly before they are even born and in early childhood.


Positive Childhood Experiences are activities that improve a child's life, resulting in positive outcomes.


Toxic stress is long-term exposure to high levels of stress


Resilience is the ability to overcome adversity.


Trauma-informed is an approach defined by treating the whole person.

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