Small Talks: Building Resilience in the Face of ACEs and Opioids
February 22 @ 12:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Join ICS Thursday February 22 for an afternoon of events focused on Building Resilience in the Face of ACEs and Opioids at the Embassy Suites Verdae in Greenville. These events are presented as pre-sessions to the Nurturing Developing Minds conference; registration for the full conference on February 23 is available through Greenville Health System.
“Resilience” documentary viewing and response session: 12:00-2:00pm
Join us for a screening of the award-winning documentary Resilience, which explores our growing knowledge on the impact of toxic stress and how society can respond to prevent and help children overcome these impacts.
ICS Senior Fellow Janice Gruendel will lead an interactive discussion section following the film.
Panel: The Opioid Epidemic, Adverse Childhood Experiences, and Implications for Healthcare and Education : 4:00-5:30pm
This panel brings together content experts from the Education, Legal, Medical, Law Enforcement, and Child Welfare fields to discuss the impact of the opioid epidemic on children, and highlight strategies and barriers for addressing and ameliorating the problem at individual, community, and system levels. How can we change the conversation to promote safety and success of children? What role can trauma-informed trainings, community awareness, prevention programs play? Join us to learn more, featuring:
- Dr. Andrew Garner, MD, PhD., FAAP. Associate Clincial Professor of Pediatrics, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Chair, AAP Leadership Workgroup on Early Brain and Child Development.
- Michelle Greco, RNC-MNN, CCE, BSN, is manager of the Child Abuse Prevention Program of Bradshaw Institute for Community Child Health & Advocacy
- Captain Ryan Butler, North Division Commander, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department
- Moderator: Marion Broome, Dean of the School of Nursing; Vice Chancellor for Nursing Affairs, Duke University; ICS Board Member
All attendees are invited to join us for a cocktail reception on-site, and are encouraged to register for the full Nurturing Developing Minds event.
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Small Talks events are provided free of charge thanks to the generous support of our organizational partners. Thank you to Greenville First Steps for their support.
For any questions, please contact Keller Anne Ruble.