About the webinar
In this webinar, participants will gain insight into adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma-informed practice through a range of case studies from local housing colleagues.
As reflected in the Programme for Government, the issues identified on childhood adversity have never been more relevant than during the Covid-19 pandemic. Adversity and trauma can have a significant impact on health and wellbeing. Access to services, such as housing and health, and a workforce that has the appropriate knowledge and skills are all important elements to taking action on and preventing childhood adversity and responding to trauma which can impact children and adults.
Benefits of Attending
This Public Health Scotland webinar will provide SFHA members with:
- An enhanced understanding of ACEs, the impacts of early adversity, and the ability to deliver trauma-informed services within the housing sector;
- Awareness of the importance of the housing sector in preventing childhood adversity and supporting tenants with experience of trauma.
- Improved learning through practical examples from housing that showcase good practice in preventing and responding to childhood adversity.
Should I attend?
This session will be of relevance and interest to all staff within the housing sector – trauma is everyone’s business.
Date and Venue
This session is for RSLs and is FREE to attend. To book your place use the 'Book Now' button at the top of this page.
Once your place has been confirmed you will automatically receive the link to access the webinar on the day.
We are broadcasting this session on Zoom.
This event is for SFHA members only.