System of Care - Trauma 101 - Expanded Understanding of Trauma for First Responders (Virtual)
Trauma 101 - Expanded Understanding of Trauma for First Responders
A first responder is a person with specialized training who is among the first
to arrive and provide assistance at the scene of an emergency, such as an
accident, natural disaster or terrorism. First responders typically include law
enforcement officers, paramedics, EMT’s and firefighters.
Research shows that 67% of the population has experienced at least one Adverse
Childhood Experience. These trauma-based adversities are predictive
of a multitude of toxic physical, mental and social outcomes throughout a
person’s lifetime. First Responders can be better equipped to meet the needs
of those in their community with information that helps them appreciate the
complex nature of trauma. With respect for the primary responsibilities of
first responders, this multi-media, interactive workshop sheds light on the
potential deeper needs of the populations they serve.
Registrants will receive a link and materials prior to training date.
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