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The National Crittenton Foundation releases Adverse Childhood Experiences Survey Toolkit for providers
By Alyson Ferguson, ACEs Connection | October 30, 2015
Stoneleigh Fellow Roy Wade is featured by ACEs Connection.
The National Crittenton Foundation (TNCF), in partnership with ASCEND at the Aspen Institute, introduces a comprehensive adverse childhood experiences (ACE) survey toolkit to equip human service providers with the tools and tips needed to administer the ACE survey. TNCF developed the ACEs Survey Toolkit for Providers based on the implementation of the ACE survey with participating members of the the Crittenton family of agencies, which provide services to girls and young women impacted by violence, childhood adversity and the resulting trauma.
The toolkit comes on the heels of a growing body of research on ACEs, which reveals that traumatic childhood events such as abuse, neglect and household dysfunction can have lifelong implications on health and well-being.
Philadelphia ACE Task Force member Dr. Roy Wade was recognized as significant contributor to The Adverse Childhood Experience (ACES) Survey Toolkit For Providers.