Understanding the past – trauma and adverse childhood experience

Date: Monday, April 11 2022

Time: San Francisco: 7:30 – 9:30am UTC -7 / Dublin: 3:30 – 5:30pm UTC +1

Location: Virtual Event

About the Seminar Series

The Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI) and Respond are delighted to co-host a series of seminars which will advance our understanding of brain health as it applies to housing design, care provision and homeless services. Seminars will bring together leading brain health and housing experts to examine:

  • The design of housing services in the context of ageing and dementia.
  • Promoting brain health, across the life-course, and developing sustainable communities.
  • Equity, brain health and housing. 
  • The human perspective of brain health issues for both housing service users and providers.

Understanding the past – trauma and adverse childhood experience

Please join us for our next seminar, 11 April, which will explore trauma and adverse childhood experiences including the impact on education, life trajectory and adult health and how we can understand and manage this impact to support communities and protect brain health.

It will be an action-oriented session, aiming to discuss, generate and disseminate best practice in the field.

This seminar will be chaired by Aine Kerr, journalist and co-founder of Kinzen. The keynote speaker is the Ombudsman for Children, Dr Niall Muldoon.

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