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The Tannahill Centre

76 Blackstoun Road

Paisley

PA3 1NT

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Are you an employee or volunteer with a third sector organisation?

Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope’ is a trail-blazing documentary looking at the links between Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and poor health/disease.

This Paisley screening is brought to you by the Renfrewshire Voluntary Sector Forum for Children and Young People, and is supported by Renfrewshire Council, Engage Renfrewshire and The Tannahill Centre.

The film will be followed by a panel discussion where we explore the implications of our deepening understanding of the impact of adverse childhood experiences on our practice in working with children and families. All delegates are invited to stay for lunch and to network with other third sector colleagues and service providers.

The "Resilence" panel is chaired by Alan McNiven, Engage Renfrewshire's Chief Executive and will include Tina Henry, Director of Reattach Parenting Scotland.

Paking is available at the Tannahill Centre with additional parking available at Engage Renfrewshire (PA3 1NS). Rail: Paisley St James station is a 10 minute walk. Bus: 64 (McGills) to the Tannahill Centre.

The event is free, but you MUST register via Eventbrite asap and we ask that you kindly cancel your booking if you are no longer able to attend.

The Renfrewshire Children & Young People Voluntary Sector Forum comprises of local and national charities, plus statutory services. We are keen to work collaboratively for the benefit of our young people, to share best practice, ideas and experience.

We look forward to welcoming you.

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