Congratulations to all the International Women’s Day honorees, including former YES Partnership chair Ginger Martin! Thank you all for the work you do to make a difference in our community! ... See MoreSee Less
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Tuolumne County Women's Network, Nicole Kikugawa President, Ginger Martin, Deborah Moss, Dore Bietz, Sherri Brennan, Patty Aguiar.
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Ruby James, Alice James
UNDERSTANDING ACEs SCIENCE
"This isn’t only a gun regulation issue. It’s a systems change issue. All of our systems have to change their approach to changing behavior — whether it’s criminal, unhealthy or unwanted behavior — from a blame, shame and punishment approach, to one that is based in understanding, nurturing and healing….in other words, the science of adverse childhood experiences — #ACEs." Full Read>>> bit.ly/2GPbyQr #BeTheOne
School violence and the resulting intense media coverage bring school safety issues to the forefront for all of us. However, children, in particular, may experience anxiety, fear, and a sense of personal risk. Knowing how to talk with your child about school safety issues could be critical in recogn...
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and remember to SAVE THE DATE for the annual roundtable luncheon hosted by the Tuolumne County District Attorney Victim/Witness and Prevent Child Abuse Tuolumne County. The event is set for 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. April 11 at Black Oak Casino Hotel and Resort. #keepkidssafe #becauseyoumatter ... See MoreSee Less
Every morning, principals in the West Bridgewater School District in Massachusetts get on the PA system to lead students through a few minutes of mindful breathing exercises. Administrators introduced relaxation techniques in 2015 after identifying an issue afflicting districts across the country: a