ACES stands for Adverse Childhood Experiences Study. It is one of the largest investigations ever conducted to assess associations between childhood maltreatment and later-life health and well-being. Parents, teachers, social service providers, child care workers, youth coaches and other providers can learn how the impact of adverse childhood experiences shapes the brains of many children, and learn effective techniques and strategies to help identify and assist children to reach their potential.
The Centers for Disease Control website has excellent information about the ACES Study. Click this link to learn more.
The attachment titled ACES Internet Resources contains extensive internet resources for professionals and other interested in learning more about application of the ACE Study. This information is provided by Swift Classroom.
The attachment from Snohomish County Health District, contains their report The Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences in Snohomish County.