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More than 2 in 3 kids report at least one traumatic event by age 16.
It’s even worse among Latino kids. In fact, 28.7% of Latino kids have experienced four or more traumatic experiences.
In order to suspend judgement and help children heal, it is important to recognize the signs of traumatic stress and understand the short- and long-term impacts.
The infographics can will help:
- Understanding Childhood Trauma from SAMHSA’s National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative
- Entendamos el trauma infantil from SAMHSA’s National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative
- Language Matters from The National Council
- How to Manage Trauma from The National Council
- Why Trauma Matters in Primary Care from The National Council
These other multimedia resources also can help:
- How Health Providers Support People Affected by Childhood Trauma via University of Southern California Department of Nursing
- Poster: 7 Tips for Providing Trauma-Informed Care to Latin@ Survivors of Domestic Violence from the National Latino Network
- Basic Facts about Child Trauma from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network
- 2-Pager: Stress & Early Brain Growth from the Community & Family Services Division at the Spokane (WA) Regional Health District
- Research: Latino Childhood Trauma from Salud America!
- Video: How Childhood Trauma Affects Health Across a Lifetime from Pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris
- Report: Balancing ACEs with HOPE from the Casey Family Programs
- Video: Importance of Trauma Services in Schools from Treatment and Services Adaptation Center
- Trauma Informed Principles through a Culturally Specific Lens from the National Latino Network
- Research Summary: Latino U.S._Citizens Children of Immigrants: A Generation at High Risk from Foundation for Child Development
- Film: Paper Tigers: One High School’s Unlikely Success Story
- National Conference: Reaching the Wounded Student from Hope 4 The Wounded
- Policy Brief: Trauma-Informed Approaches Need to be Part of a Comprehensive Strategy for Addressing the Opioid Epidemic from the Campaign for Trauma-Informed Policy and Practice
Share your favorite resource with someone in your school or community!
And sign up for the new Salud America! “Trauma Sensitive School Action Pack.” It is a free guide with coaching to help school personnel talk to decision-makers, build a support team, craft a system to identify and support traumatized students, and more!