Presentation Title

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Presenter Information

Yvonne AvilaFollow

Major

Public Health

Anticipated Graduation Year

2022

Access Type

Open Access

Abstract

Adverse childhood experiences are detrimental to children. These experiences come in all different forms. They can be traumatic experiences that can traumatize an individual and affect them as they become adults. These experiences do not allow children to evolve as an individual. These exposures create barriers to health and education. This affects the social determinants of health for an individual. A key component is education, if an individual does not have a good education their overall health will also be impacted. These interactions that children have when they are younger play a great impact on the future in all different aspects of the social determinants of health.

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Justin Harbison, PhD, Anthony McIntosh, MPH, MA Sociology

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Adverse Childhood Experiences

Adverse childhood experiences are detrimental to children. These experiences come in all different forms. They can be traumatic experiences that can traumatize an individual and affect them as they become adults. These experiences do not allow children to evolve as an individual. These exposures create barriers to health and education. This affects the social determinants of health for an individual. A key component is education, if an individual does not have a good education their overall health will also be impacted. These interactions that children have when they are younger play a great impact on the future in all different aspects of the social determinants of health.