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  • 1:20:47 Extending Foster Care to Age 21: Implications for Providers, Impact on Budgets

    Extending Foster Care to Age 21: Implications for Providers, Impact on Budgets

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    One important provision of the 2008 Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act extended federal support for keeping foster youth in care until age 21. The goal is to improve educational and health-related outcomes.This extension of care

  • 1:32:49 NW Children's Fund Forum:  Adverse Childhood Experiences&Building Resilience - March 6, 2013

    NW Children's Fund Forum: Adverse Childhood Experiences&Building Resilience - March 6, 2013

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    Part 1 of video recording of NW Children's Fund Forum on March 6, 2013, featuring:Introductory remarks by NWCF Executive Director Victoria HelmKeynote Address by Laura Porter (Director of ACE Partnerships for Washington DSHS): ACEs in WashingtonHow ACEs H

  • 28:15 PL 109-95 Evidence Summit: The Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences

    PL 109-95 Evidence Summit: The Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences

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    Jack P. Shonkoff, Julius B. Richmond FAMRI Professor of Child Health and Development, Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard Graduate School of Education, Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School and Children's Hospital Boston, Director, Cente

  • 58:42 Saving Children from Scourge of War

    Saving Children from Scourge of War

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    Olara Otunnu, the former UN Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict, calls on the world community to protect its youth in "Saving Our Children from the Scourge of War, " an address to the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace&Justice at the Univ

  • 58:30 ISF #13 - Moving Forward: Aligning the Emerging Science with Practice and Policy

    ISF #13 - Moving Forward: Aligning the Emerging Science with Practice and Policy

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    "Moving Forward: Aligning the Emerging Science with Practice and Policy"by Susan Dreyfus, President and CEO, Alliance for Children and Families and Families InternationalFor more information see: http://www.alliance1.org/staff/Susan20Dreyfushttp://www.ins

  • 1:19:54 The Real Costs of Teen Motherhood

    The Real Costs of Teen Motherhood

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    America's teen pregnancy rate is among the highest in the developed world, despite consistent declines over the past 15 years. Advances here might be ending, however: the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the rate of teen childbearin

  • 1:15:55 ISF #7 - Policy and Advocacy Panel at The National Summit on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES)

    ISF #7 - Policy and Advocacy Panel at The National Summit on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES)

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    "Policy and Advocacy Panel at The National Summit on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES)" held May 13th and 14th 2013 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania.Sue Mackey Andrews, Facilitator, Maine Resilience Building Network, President, SOLUTIONS Consulting Group,

  • 1:24:18 Preventing Youth Violence in Communities: What Does the Evidence Tell Us?

    Preventing Youth Violence in Communities: What Does the Evidence Tell Us?

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    Youth violence is a public health crisis in the United States. Based on the most recent statistics, approximately 20 percent of high school students report being bullied at school, and over 30 percent report being in a physical fight. Homicide is the seco

  • 1:51:56 The National Summit on Adverse Childhood Experience - Day 2 / Session 1

    The National Summit on Adverse Childhood Experience - Day 2 / Session 1

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    The National Summit on Adverse Childhood Experience held on May 13th and 14th. This is Day 2, Session 1. 8:30am to 10:45am.

  • 43:50 Child Maltreatment and Brain Consequences

    Child Maltreatment and Brain Consequences

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    Lecture on Child Maltreatment and Brain Consequences, by David McCollum, MD, delivered on April 6, 2007

  • 1:56:00 "Family Violence, Child Abuse,&the Brain - Robert Geffner - 4/12/07

    "Family Violence, Child Abuse,&the Brain - Robert Geffner - 4/12/07

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    "Trauma, Family Violence, Child Abuse, ADHD, Bullying,&the Brain: Commonalities&Implications for Practice"---------------Robert Geffner, Ph.D., ABPN, ABPP - www.ivatcenters.orgRecent research has shown a connection between childhood maltreatment, family v

  • 21:57 ISF #14 - Childhood Restored -- The Path From Adversity to Wellness - Introduction

    ISF #14 - Childhood Restored -- The Path From Adversity to Wellness - Introduction

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    "Childhood Restored -- The Path From Adversity to Wellness - Introduction"Martha Davis, MSS, Executive Director - Institute for Safe FamiliesArthur Evans, PhD Director, Department of Behavioral Health - The City of PhiladelphiaAngelo Giardino, MD, PhD, Ch

  • 1:25:08 Taking Action for Children: Interventions to Prevent Abuse and Prepare for School Success

    Taking Action for Children: Interventions to Prevent Abuse and Prepare for School Success

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    As we explored in our May forum, Americans across the political spectrum embrace universal early childhood education. But what about school-success initiatives that reach back even further to support newborns, toddlers, and their parents? What can be achi

  • 54:24 ISF #9 - Our Kids Are Not Broken:  The Importance of Resilience in Overcoming Adversity

    ISF #9 - Our Kids Are Not Broken: The Importance of Resilience in Overcoming Adversity

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    "Our Kids Are Not Broken: The Importance of Resilience in Overcoming Adversity"Presentation by Kenneth Ginsburg, MD, MS Ed, Professor of Pediatrics, The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Director of Health Services, Covenant House Pennsylvani

  • 1:26:45 From Data To Decisions: What Is Needed For Planning Public Services?

    From Data To Decisions: What Is Needed For Planning Public Services?

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    State agencies finance and administer a range of services -- from foster care for abused and neglected children to prisons to long-term care of the elderly. How can large public agencies and small community organizations plan better to meet the needs of t

  • 42:43 ISF #3 - Adverse Childhood Experiences in Our Society:  Where Sciences Collide

    ISF #3 - Adverse Childhood Experiences in Our Society: Where Sciences Collide

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    "Adverse Childhood Experiences in Our Society: Where Sciences Collide"by Robert Anda, MD, MS, Co-Principal Investigator, The ACE Study. Presentation at the National Summit on Adverse Childhood Experiences held May 13th and 14th 2013 in Philadelphia Pennsy

  • 1:52:50 Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE), featuring Dr. Robert Anda

    Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE), featuring Dr. Robert Anda

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    Childhood trauma expert Dr. Robert Anda, co-investigator of the Centers for Disease Control Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study, spoke on 23 October 2012 at University of Alaska Anchorage on "Adverse Childhood Experiences: How Can UAA Help Address A

  • 37:59 ISF #15 - What's The Big Deal About ACES:  Finding Meaning in Troubled Times

    ISF #15 - What's The Big Deal About ACES: Finding Meaning in Troubled Times

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    "What's The Big Deal About ACES: Finding Meaning in Troubled Times"Sandra Bloom, MD - Associate Professor, Health Management and Policy - Drexel University School of Public Health, Co-Director - Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice, Drexel University

  • 1:25:57 Taking Action for Children: Prevent Abuse and School Success

    Taking Action for Children: Prevent Abuse and School Success

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    Ajay Chaudry, director of the center on labor, human services and population at the Urban Institute, leads a panel of notables in a discussion of education. From social and political environments to home-based learning, the discussion is wide and varied b

  • 32:21 ISF #10 - Creating Resilient Systems of Care

    ISF #10 - Creating Resilient Systems of Care

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    "Creating Resilient Systems of Care" Presentation by Sandra Bloom, MD, Associate Professor, Health Management and Policy, Drexel University School of Public Health, Co-Director, Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice, Drexel University, at The National

  • 1:26:36 Improving Urban Service Systems for Children and Families

    Improving Urban Service Systems for Children and Families

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    The nation's urban service systems for children and families often struggle with conflicting goals, inadequate resources, and intense but temporary public attention during turmoil and tragedies.This forum will examine the many challenges of systems reform

  • 55:15 ISF #4 - Translating Developmental Science Into Healthier Lives

    ISF #4 - Translating Developmental Science Into Healthier Lives

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    "Translating Developmental Science Into Healthier Lives: Realizing the Potential of a Shared Vision "Andrew Garner, MD, PhD, FAAP , Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Case Western Reserve UniversityChair, AAP Leadership Workgroup on Early Brain a

  • 42:27 Adverse Childhood Experiences

    Adverse Childhood Experiences

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    Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) from abuse, neglect or family dysfunction can result in social, emotional and cognitive impairment later in life. Laura Smith, Executive Director of the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network, provides an insightful overv

  • 32:39 ISF #16 - ACEs:  Why Every Clinician Should Care

    ISF #16 - ACEs: Why Every Clinician Should Care

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    "ACEs: Why Every Clinician Should Care"Nadine Burke Harris, MD, MPH CEO, Center for Youth Wellness San Francisco, CAhttp://nadineburke.com/ http://www.centerforyouthwellness.org/The National Summit on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) held May 13th and

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