April 7, 2017 — With a diverse group of community partners, SCAN is hosting a series of movie screenings of the award-winning documentary “Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope”. SCAN hopes to spark discussion with parents, community members, teachers, human service providers, doctors, and more with communities across Northern Virginia!
Everyone is welcome. To attend, you simply need to be willing to help teach your child, a family you know, or the community in which you live, how to become resilient in the face of adversity. Watch a film preview here: https://vimeo.com/139998006
The April 7th screening in Fairfax was sold-out!
To RSVP for May 16th in Alexandria: https://resiliencemoviealexandria.eventbrite.com
> Download a flyer for the Alexandria event HERE
To RSVP for May 23 in Loudoun: https://resiliencemovieloudoun.eventbrite.com
> Download a flyer for the Loudoun event HERE
To RSVP for June 7 in Manassas/Prince William: https://resiliencemoviemanassas.eventbrite.com
> Download a flyer for the Manassas event HERE
The film and panel discussion will teach guests that an ACE (Adverse Childhood Experience) score:
- should be used as a tool to better understand family and community health needs
- can empower a parent to make changes in their lives and for their children
- supports the need to interrupt cycles of abuse and neglect in order to have a healthier community
- is about teaching individuals to become resilient in the face of adversity
Learn more about ACEs on our Parent Resource Center here.
Learn more about Resiliency on our Parent Resource Center here.