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Commissioned by ……. Community Profile 2011 Early Childhood Indicators of woods County. Prepared by the Community Service Council February 2011. woods County. Demographic Trends Economics and Employment Child Indicators. DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS.

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    1. Commissioned by ……. Community Profile 2011Early Childhood Indicators of woods County Prepared by the Community Service Council February 2011

    2. woods County • Demographic Trends • Economics and Employment • Child Indicators

    3. DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS

    4. Population change--migration to suburban areas of Tulsa and Oklahoma City MSA with an overall decrease in new births Age--aging population Race and ethnicity--more culturally diverse Living arrangements--transitional for family living arrangement Demographic Trends DEMOGRAPHICS

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    8. Economics and Employment

    9. Emergence of new persistent poor in late 1960's and early 1970's Massive loss of low skill/high pay jobs Sharp rise in working poor Decline in young male workers' wages Increase in female headed families Impact of substance abuse The Roots of the ChallengeThirty Year of Economic and Social Changes ECONOMICS & EMPLOYMENT All trends disproportionately affected: ~African-Americans ~young children & young families

    10. ECONOMICS & EMPLOYMENT

    11. Customized by specific family composition Customized by geographic location Based on all expense categories Updated annually using consumer price index The Self-Sufficiency Standard …The level of income required for a family to meet its own needs ECONOMICS & EMPLOYMENT

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    28. Child Indicators

    29. Lack of health insurance • Limited access to preventative services • Living in high risk families • Living in a state with a high level of premature death Why are children at risk? CHILD INDICATORS

    30. Major American research project that poses the question of whether and how childhood experiences affect adult health decades later • Provides compelling evidence that: • Adverse childhood experiences are surprisingly common • ACE’s happen even in “the best of families” • ACE’s have long-term, damaging consequences • Findings reveal powerful relationships between emotional experiences as children and physical and mental health as adults The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study CHILD INDICATORS Source: The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study website: www.acestudy.org, “About the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study.”

    31. The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study Pyramid Death CHILD INDICATORS Conception Mechanisms by which Adverse Childhood Experiences Influence Health and Well-being throughout the Lifespan Source: The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study website: www.acestudy.org, “About the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study.”

    32. Adverse Childhood Experiences… …growing up in a household with: • Recurrent physical abuse • Recurrent emotional abuse • Sexual abuse • An alcohol or drug abuser • An incarcerated household member • Someone who is chronically depressed, suicidal, institutionalized or mentally ill • Mother being treated violently • One or no parents • Emotional or physical neglect CHILD INDICATORS Source: The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study website: www.acestudy.org, “What are Adverse Childhood Experieinces (ACE’s).”

    33. …Lead to Health-Risk Behaviors… • Smoking • Overeating • Physical inactivity • Heavy alcohol use • Drug use • Promiscuity CHILD INDICATORS Source: The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study website: www.acestudy.org

    34. …Which Cause Disease, Disability and Social Problems in Adulthood • Heart disease • Cancer • Chronic lung and liver disease • Stroke • Diabetes • Sexually transmitted diseases • Nicotine addiction • Alcoholism • Drug addiction • Obesity • Depression • Suicide • Injuries • Unintentional pregnancy CHILD INDICATORS Source: Felitti, Vincent J., “The Relationship of Adverse Childhood Experiences to Adult Health: Turning gold into lead;” CDC Media Relations, May 14, 1998, “Adult Health Problems Linked to Traumatic Childhood Experiences.”

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