University of Maryland Extension

Inclusion

Inside this Issue + Highlighting Extension’s Work in a Baltimore City Community garden + Walking the Talk of Equity and Inclusion + Calvert County Supports Local Water Quality + Watershed Stewards Academy retreat + Money,...More info

Adverse Childhood Experiences, Recognition and Response in 4-H Programming

This fact sheet introduces readers to the findings of the landmark ACEs study conducted by the CDC and the Kaiser Foundation. Warning signs of excessive adversity and the strategies that youth development practitioners may employ to promote resiliency are detailed.
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