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Extension Bayfield County Highlights – 2018 Annual Report

This report showcases some of the accomplishments of our educators in 2018. The partnerships between Bayfield County and the University of Wisconsin Division of Extension allows resources and information to be delivered to our residents and have an impact on our communities. If you know of an informational or educational need in your community, organization, business or family, please let us be a resource to help address it by contacting our office.  We look forward to serving you in the future.

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Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Would you like to learn more about ACEs or share this information with your organization? To schedule a free training for your group contact:
Bayfield County UW-Extension: 715-373-6104. We will provide training or connect you with an ACE Interface Trainer in your area.

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Successful Co-Parenting

Co-parenting families have a unique set of challenges. They also have opportunities to build strengths. For children it may mean adapting to a new family arrangement, moving between households, or living with a single parent or another caregiver.

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Living Well in Our Best Years – Newsletter for Caregivers and Families

This newsletter is a collaborative effort between the Bayfield County offices of the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of the North and the UW-Extension. Both departments are committed to providing a broad array of information and resources to older adults, caregivers and family members to assist them in growing and aging with grace, dignity and respect.

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Resilience Jan 25, 2018

Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope

You are invited to a showing of RESILIENCE, a one-hour documentary that delves into the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the birth of a new movement to treat and prevent Toxic Stress.
Now understood to be one of the leading causes of everything from heart disease and cancer to substance abuse and depression, extremely stressful experiences in childhood can alter brain development and have lifelong effects on health and behavior. Two showings-1/25 in Iron River; 2/21 in Washburn.

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