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Our team of adult care experts has been carefully selected from the most qualified and compassionate caregivers in the region.Every member of our team has met the strict Alexian Brothers selection criteria required to serve in the Home Care Program.These series of workshops, hosted by the Chattanooga 2.0 action team, Early Matters Chattanooga, are a strategic response to sound science showing that “toxic stress” caused by chronic exposure to traumatic events in childhood is at the root of many challenging adult outcomes.Come to learn, and leave with a strategy, or an activity that you can immediately implement in your educational practice the very next day. An Evening Focused on Early Literacy Featuring First Lady Crissy Haslam Monday, November 13, 2017 – The Camp House Join Chattanooga 2.0 and and other community partners for “It just takes one,” a conversation on early literacy and the success of the youngest learners on Monday.Landgrave, like Hilley, grew up in poverty and didn't think he'd be a high school graduate."I thought I'd still be living on the streets," he said.Facebook Event RSVP Deadline November 6 ACEs Workshop Tuesday, October 24, 2017 – Brainerd High School All public education staff are invited to an evening dedicated to ACEs awareness (Adverse Childhood Experiences).These series of trainings, hosted by the Chattanooga 2.0 action team, Early Matters Chattanooga, are a strategic response to sound science showing that “toxic stress” caused by chronic exposure to traumatic events in childhood is at the root of many challenging adult outcomes. RSVP here to Attend Facebook Event That was the nugget of neuroscience that Jim Sporleder, principal of a high school riddled with violence, drugs and truancy, took away from an educational conference in 2010.
Both say they wouldn't be where they are today if it wasn't for Joe Smith and the gold car.It was a gold Honda Civic that got Roger Hilley back and forth to adult high school at the northern tip of Hamilton County.Hilley was 18, he had already been kicked out of two schools, and this was his last shot at earning a diploma.Without a driver's license or a car, Hilley said, he wouldn't have been able to attend the adult high school — more than 40 minutes from his home near downtown Chattanooga."I never thought I would get to graduate," Hilley said, assuming he'd die young or end up in prison.