Category: ACEs Aware

Category: ACEs Aware

COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Needs a Shot of Equity
February 9, 2021 ACEs Aware, COVID, COVID LPOC Organization

The nation has lost sight of the fact that while this pandemic is affecting every community, it is not affecting every community the same. Black, Latino and Native Americans — many of whom are front-line essential workers — are being infected, hospitalized and dying at rates that far surpass their proportions of the population.

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Seeking ACEs Testimonials
February 2, 2021 ACEs Aware, The Latest LPOC Organization

As an ACEs Aware Grantee, part of LPOC’s effort is to create/gather images, quotes and testimonial videos from you, the Latinx physicians and healthcare professionals of California, in an effort to tell the story of why this is such an important topic.

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LPOC Highlighted in January 2021 ACEs Aware Newsletter
January 27, 2021 ACEs Aware, The Latest LPOC Organization

LPOC is excited to have been highlighted in the January 2021 ACEs Aware Newsletter for the work we are doing here.

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We Are Resilient™ Training
December 7, 2020 ACEs Aware, The Latest LPOC Organization

The training helps providers manage their own vicarious trauma and provides anticipatory guidance to support patients/caregivers in strengthening their own resilience skills.   Training choices include 2 (90-min) Interactive webinars or  6 (1-hour) weekly Resilience Circle sessions. 

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Chronic Stress & COVID: Researchers Worry
September 4, 2020 ACEs Aware, The Latest LPOC Organization

Could stress be another preexisting condition that makes Covid-19 infections worse? Read about the increasing corellation between the two in this piece by VOXMEDIA’s Lois Parshley.

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Regulating the Stress Response for Kids: Practical Tips for Primary Care Providers
September 2, 2020 ACEs Aware, Resource, The Latest LPOC Organization

This webinar offers practical tips and examples on how providers can incorporate stress regulation strategies into their treatment planning for pediatric patients.

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