Trauma & Resilience: Identifying children, parents and families at risk
This training includes an overview of the Children?s Trauma Assessment Center Trauma Screening Checklist (CTAC). We will also look at how to assess the trauma exposure of their parents, using the Adverse Childhood Experience survey (ACE). This training is required for staff administering the CTAC and/or ACE including: START CW caseworker, FPM, BH Supervisors/service coordinators and suggested for CW supervisors.
Log in information will be sent to those that have registered the day prior to the session.
Understanding the Culture of Poverty
All individuals exist in a cultural context, and as service providers, we need to be able to understand how to recognize and address those various cultures in our work. Unfortunately, the culture of poverty is frequently not addressed. This training will explore the culture of poverty experientially. Participants will examine the hidden rules among classes, the differences between generational and situational poverty, and how these factors can shift and inform the therapeutic relationship. Finally, we?ll identify strategies to apply this knowledge with our clients and their families.Register
Ohio START provides technical assistance to all Ohio START PCSAs through our Ohio technical assistance consultants in collaboration with our national model experts Children and Family Futures (CFF). Technical assistance is delivered by five TA consultants who will each cover a region of the state. The sixth TA consultant works to recruit, train and mentor the family peer mentors working within the program. The technical assistance consultants are:
- Diana Hoover – Northwest Region TA
- Tim Beasley – Southwest Region TA
- Pam Meermans – Central Region TA
- Mindy Fehrman – Northeast Region TA
- Sheila Shafer – Southeast Region TA
- Jean Montgomery – Family Peer Mentor TA