Explores ways a juvenile justice professional can improve the impact of their work through family partnering, why family partnership is critical to trauma-informed care, and how partnership can improve a juvenile justice professional’s effectivene
Outlines what responses to trauma could look like in children with IDD.
Offers parents and caregivers information about how children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) experience traumatic stress.
Offers activities and a scenario for youth who have been ill or injured to help understand what it is they might be feeling.
Provides information on how to enhance opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing children who experience traumatic stress to receive treatment.
Offers guidance on the importance of taking care of oneself while parenting children with IDD.
Describes the cultural and family differences in children’s sexual education and knowledge.
Focuses on addressing secondary traumatic stress experienced by child welfare staff, easing children’s transitions into foster care, and working with parents who have been impacted by trauma.
Describes the process of critical appraisal in evidence-based practice for clinicians working with children and families who have experienced trauma.