Trauma overwhelms a person’s coping mechanisms, according to most documents that we explore trauma can be racism, bullying, any abuse, or anything that causes extreme stress. There are three levels of traumas, describing acute, chronic, and complex trauma. Acute trauma can be from a single incident that overwhelms a young person’s ability to cope. Complex trauma occurs in toxic levels of stress. The complex is from a consistent and ongoing adversary resulting from many types of trauma. Seeing an essential understanding of the definition of the simple meaning of trauma, which could be the emotional response to an event or the full description that is in the ACEs-Adverse Childhood Experiences study that covers many ways preschoolers would have trauma in their lives. This research will confirm trauma is real, through the young as well as the elderly, is exhibited, for this purpose of establishing a need for a guide to using for professionals in schools and parents for preschoolers who have had at least one adverse childhood experience to many.
Trauma is the event or events that happen to children under eighteen years of age. These events are generally abuse or neglect. There are times natural disasters like war, disease, or like what is happening in our world now. Some adverse childhood experiences are more natural to overcome. Most need intervention, especially when these bad times are consistent and repeated. That is the purpose of assessing to is if there is a need for a guide to using in Chippewa County, assisting administrators, teachers, and parents on how to help these troubled students. Children need adults that are safe, supportive, and caring for their needs.