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Category: Trauma-Informed Care

Abbott Family Story

Abbott Family Story

Stephen and Jen typically thrive despite cognitive developmental delays, but felt in over their heads after having their first child, Chloe. Lacking a support network to learn the best way to care for their baby, Chloe was removed from the home. Determined to be reunited with their child, Stephen and Jen worked with our Solution-Based Casework team to develop the tools needed to bring her home.

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Mason's Story

Mason's Story

Anne Braun, a teacher at Woodland Elementary Schools, shares how our BIST program has helped her connect with students to help them reach their potential.

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Mrs. Ernst's Story

Mrs. Ernst's Story

A kindergarten teacher for 12 years, Mrs. Ernst practices the Behavior Intervention Support Team (BIST) model of education with the help of Cornerstones of Care. Designed to decrease disruptive behavior and increase learning time, BIST facilitates a positive change youth as they become reflective problem solvers.

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Mrs. Kahl's & Regina's Story

Mrs. Kahl's & Regina's Story

Utilizing BIST, a teaching philosophy that provides educators with skills to empower students to make choices and manager their own behavior, teachers are able to help children like Regina process their trauma.

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