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Approach to Various Traumas

A method in the human services sector called trauma-informed care (TIC) makes the assumption that a person is more likely than not going to have experienced trauma in the past. Trauma-Informed Care recognizes the presence of trauma symptoms and the impact that trauma may have on a person's life, including that of service personnel. Trauma-Informed Care alters organizational culture at the organization or systemic level to stress respecting and correctly reacting to the impacts of trauma at all levels. [1][2] Trauma-Informed Care practice and understanding spread throughout all service responses, much like how general protocol addressing universal precautions changed. A paradigm change from "What is wrong with this person?" to "What has happened to this person?" is necessary for trauma-informed care.

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Dr. Aklesh Tandekar

CRITICAL CARE SPECIALIST MD, EDIC, IDCCM, FIMSA, DA, FCPS, FISCCM

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A method in the human services sector called trauma-informed care (TIC) makes the assumption that a person is more likely than not going to have experienced trauma in the past. Trauma-Informed Care recognizes the presence of trauma symptoms and the impact that trauma may have on a person's life, including that of service personnel. Trauma-Informed Care alters organizational culture at the organization or systemic level to stress respecting and correctly reacting to the impacts of trauma at all levels. [1][2] Trauma-Informed Care practice and understanding spread throughout all service responses, much like how general protocol addressing universal precautions changed. A paradigm change from "What is wrong with this person?" to "What has happened to this person?" is necessary for trauma-informed care.

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A method in the human services sector called trauma-informed care (TIC) makes the assumption that a person is more likely than not going to have experienced trauma in the past. Trauma-Informed Care recognizes the presence of trauma symptoms and the impact that trauma may have on a person's life, including that of service personnel. Trauma-Informed Care alters organizational culture at the organization or systemic level to stress respecting and correctly reacting to the impacts of trauma at all levels. [1][2] Trauma-Informed Care practice and understanding spread throughout all service responses, much like how general protocol addressing universal precautions changed. A paradigm change from "What is wrong with this person?" to "What has happened to this person?" is necessary for trauma-informed care.

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Dr. Aklesh Tandekar
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A method in the human services sector called trauma-informed care (TIC) makes the assumption that a person is more likely than not going to have experienced trauma in the past. Trauma-Informed Care recognizes the presence of trauma symptoms and the impact that trauma may have on a person's life, including that of service personnel. Trauma-Informed Care alters organizational culture at the organization or systemic level to stress respecting and correctly reacting to the impacts of trauma at all levels. [1][2] Trauma-Informed Care practice and understanding spread throughout all service responses, much like how general protocol addressing universal precautions changed. A paradigm change from "What is wrong with this person?" to "What has happened to this person?" is necessary for trauma-informed care.

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Dr. Aklesh Tandekar
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A method in the human services sector called trauma-informed care (TIC) makes the assumption that a person is more likely than not going to have experienced trauma in the past. Trauma-Informed Care recognizes the presence of trauma symptoms and the impact that trauma may have on a person's life, including that of service personnel. Trauma-Informed Care alters organizational culture at the organization or systemic level to stress respecting and correctly reacting to the impacts of trauma at all levels. [1][2] Trauma-Informed Care practice and understanding spread throughout all service responses, much like how general protocol addressing universal precautions changed. A paradigm change from "What is wrong with this person?" to "What has happened to this person?" is necessary for trauma-informed care.