Join us as we screen the documentary RESILIENCE and delve into the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and a new movement to treat and prevent toxic stress.
Partnership with The Winter Park Public Library, City of Winter Park Parks & Recreation, Bridging the Color Divide, Hannibal Square Heritage Center, Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center, and the Peace & Justice Institute at Valencia College.
Facilitator: Ann Pimentel-Kerr, CAC Specialist The Children’s Advocacy Center at The Howard Phillips Center for Children & Families (part of Orlando Health)
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