Welcome to ACE Interface
ACE Interface is a Limited Liability Corporation that provides products and services to people like you, who are committed to do everything necessary to accelerate the intergenerational changes that will improve health and quality of life. As originators of the science and community application of the ACE Study, Dr. Robert Anda and Laura Porter develop and disseminate educational products, provide assistance, consultation and analysis, design high-leverage strategies for improving health and well-being, and facilitate empowerment processes that invite everyone to contribute to ACE-informed innovations.
If you are reading this web posting, you are a leader in the most important public health movement of our time – perhaps of all time. The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study findings represent a paradigm shift in human understanding of the origins of physical, social, mental, and societal health and well-being. We now know that leading causes of disease and disability, learning and productivity problems, and early death have their roots in the cumulative neurodevelopmental impacts of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
The momentum around ACEs is stunning. Demand for presentations and education about the ACE concepts and their community applications has grown rapidly. Desire for education, solutions and partnership in this pioneering work is growing; and so is the importance of providing accurate, timely, and actionable information to diverse audiences. These facts are critical elements in the decision to form ACE Interface.
ACE Interface provides a bridge and connecting point for multiple disciplines and service sectors and diverse communities. An interdisciplinary staff with an array of experience in this field collaborates to develop products and services which focus on education about ACEs, developmental neurobiology, resilience and community empowerment.
Dr. Robert Anda CO-FOUNDER
Co-Principal Investigator ACE Study and has authored and coauthored numerous publications on the health and social implications of adverse childhood experiences.More