Our invitation to organisations within health, social care, and education to collaborate with us to view the ‘Resilience: The Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope’, documentary has been a resounding success.
All of our scheduled virtual screenings have now been booked or reserved for 2021, and we have even added some additional dates to meet the demand and interest.
As licence holders of this powerful documentary about adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), we have been delighted to provide these screenings free of charge, but we have now reached capacity for this year.
Thank you to everyone who helped to share our story and who contacted us to express their interest and gratitude.
Our goal is to raise awareness of how quality relationships can act as a buffer/protective factor for those who have experienced adversity in childhood – and this is one of the key messages of hope in the documentary.
We have held three facilitated screenings to date, including a virtual screening for a group of Dublin-based GPs. The feedback after all of the screenings has been both excellent and heartening.
In the coming months, we look forward to sharing the documentary with early years professionals, social workers, and frontline practitioners working in the homeless sector.
It is wonderful to see the multi-disciplinary interest in this documentary as it is such an important part of our advocacy work.