Trauma-Informed Care implementation, support, and sustainability is available for services by Lizzy Pérez, LLC
Due to our passion and expertise, we find it necessary to go deep into the research to become better informed ourselves about the impact of trauma on our children and adults alike. As a result, members have received the following trainings and certifications:
To understand Trauma-Informed Care, we must first understand Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). ACEs included on the ACE Questionnaire are:
Our team has put their time, energy, passion into the research because we are adamant that if members of our school community and beyond are trained in trauma-informed care, our students will build resiliency, strong relationships, and better health and self-image. Trauma-informed practices have been shown to reduce suspensions and expulsions, and help students feel safe and stay regulated.
These services are for public school districts, public charter schools, and private schools. We aspire to partner with schools to:
One in two latino kids experiences Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) which is referred to as childhood trauma. Children facing trauma at home face higher referrals for behavioral problems, special education, and diagnosis for ADHD, as well as higher rates of suspension, expulsion and being held back.
Our goal is to provide assistance in: