We are learning to build resiliency in Georgia.
Select any category to download our learning card for that topic.
Below are accessible, illustrated cards for six key terms that are used to talk about Resilience and why it matters.
We hope these will be useful communication tools as you start conversations about Adverse Childhood Experiences, Early Brain Development, Positive Childhood Experiences, Toxic Stress, Resilience, and being Trauma Informed in your communities.
We would love for you and your partners to use them in whatever capacity you need. When you click on each one you can download a pdf (available in multiple languages). If you would like to co-brand them, we can make that happen too - please contact us for more information.
We also realize that we will need to make tweaks here and there as new resources are created and updated. Please let us know when you see an edit that needs attention, and we will work swiftly to make that happen.
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
ACES are traumatic experiences that occur before the age of 18
Early Brain Development
A child’s brain grows rapidly before they are even born and in early childhood.
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