ACES: Panel Member Question & Answer Session
ACEs: Start Where You and Do What You Can
A multi-disciplinary group met over the course of several months to plan the event, which was to be called ‘Start Where You Are and Do What You Can’ in a plea to delegates that everyone has the power within them to make a difference, whether at home or in their professional life.
The conference was part-funded by Community Justice Scotland, and was hosted by Councillor Anthea Dickson, Chair of Community Justice Ayrshire. Nearly 300 expressions of interest were received from across Ayrshire in relation to the event, with 150 places available on the day. Evaluation report can be viewed here.
Over the last few weeks, you will have seen the various inputs from all of the speakers on the day.
We have an additional clip to show you featuring the panel member question and answer session.
“Speakers were excellent really knowledgeable.”
“I am really hopeful that Scotland can be the first trauma informed country.”
“Probably the best event I have attended in a long time.”
“We cannot lose sight of Adverse Community Experiences.”
“I think a roll out of the Resilience film again within the area would beneficial now following the conference.”