Join Advocates for Health in Action and partner Marbles Kids Museum for a free community film screening of Resilience, a 60-minute film about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), how they impact health, and how all community members can build resilience skills to lessen the impacts of ACEs.
Free but pre-registration required—space is limited. Reserve your ticket here.
Research shows ACEs are common, they affect all income levels, and their lifelong impact on health and well-being is significant. “The child may not remember, but the body remembers.”
View this highly acclaimed film to learn what ACEs are, how they increase the likelihood of disease and illness, and how together we as a community can lessen the impact of ACEs for Wake County residents by building resilience.
Marbles Kids Museum is graciously hosting numerous film screenings, with standing days/times and several additional screenings.
– Friday, Feb 15, 1:30 pm and 3:00 pm
– 2nd Wednesday of the month: 8:30-9:30 am
- April 10
- May 8
- June 12
- July 10
Free but one ticket/person is required; space is limited. Coffee/drinks and snacks available for purchase.
View the Resilience trailer
AHA convenes the ACEs Resilience in Wake County Initiative, a multi-sector, community-driven movement to address and prevent Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and build resilience for all in Wake County.
Increasing among awareness about ACEs and resilience among key stakeholders and the community overall is an important step forward in being able to address ACEs and build resilience; the film screenings contribute greatly to this awareness.