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Promoting literacy helps protect the health, well-being and economy of communities, and it’s a great way to engage young readers.
Childhood trauma affects emotional and mental health, and physiological health. LaDonna Collins of the Rome-Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth says understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences and how to prevent them are key components in seeing communities thrive.
Dougherty County Family Literacy Council is partnering with DFCS to help disadvantaged families become self-sufficient, stable, successful—and more literate in family wellness and well-being