Overcoming ACEs Panel Discussion
The Overcoming ACEs panel, featuring Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, Oregon Health Care and Human Service leaders, will address these questions: If we could design a system of care for kids with high ACE (Adverse Childhood Experience) scores, what would it look like? Given the documented links between high ACE scores and long-term adverse health and life outcomes in adulthood, what strategies would you implement now? What outcomes would you seek and measure?
Following the panel discussion, audience members will have an opportunity to ask questions.
When & Where:
Thursday, April 12, 2018
Providence Willamette Falls Community Center
Oregon City, Oregon
Program 2:00pm - 3:30pm
(followed by networking reception)
Tickets available through sponsorship
Moderator: Dave Miller, OPB’s “Think Out Loud”
Will be broadcast on OPB the following day
Dr. David Labby, Chief Health Strategist, Health Share of Oregon
- Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, Center for Youth Wellness, San Francisco
- Ellen Baltus, LCSW, LSSW – School Social Worker, North Clackamas Schools
- Dr. R.J. Gillespie – Pediatrician, The Children’s Clinic
- Fariborz Pakseresht - Director, Oregon Department of Human Services
- Dr. Sue Skinner – Medical Examiner Supervisor, Children’s Center
- Dr. Amy Stoeber – Child and Adolescent Psychologist
This invitation-only event is being hosted by Children’s Center in conjunction with its second annual Children’s Center Honors awards. Your sponsorship and participation will highlight the need to focus attention on Adverse Childhood Experiences as an indicator of downstream health effects. Your organization will be visible to 150 event attendees, to the broader childhood health and wellness communities in Oregon, and to thousands more online.
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