Thinking big, starting small The above is a photograph of a 70/30 workshop attended by 70/30 Ambassadors in 2018 brainstorming and developing action plans. Progressing WAVE's community transformation plan - a few examples In a few months in 2018, the Leaders of the following TiC (Trauma-informed Community) local projects have generated interest and commitment for change among local residents and practitioners: Cumbria hosted 10 Resilience* film screenings, with at least 8 more planned. Tonbridge has secured the support of the Mayor and key senior local authority and non-local authority executives. Hertfordshire has secured the support of the Head of the Primary School Forum to work towards making the area's schools Trauma-informed, and has also secured the interest of 15 GPs. Belfast (in collaboration with Action Trauma) conducted two screenings of Resilience*, both of which were over-subscribed. Action Trauma will be using their network to promote TiC across the whole of Belfast. Glasgow is particularly passionate about converting the judiciary, prisons and families of prisoners to become Trauma-informed. To this end, and for child welfare in general, they have secured strong interest and support from the former Children's Commissioner for Scotland, a Scottish Government adviser, the Director of the Centre for Youth and Criminal Justice and Carol Craig (who writes about ACEs). Reading's core group of active people spanning mental health, Police, Education, Politics and Third Sector are promoting crisis cafes, mental health roadshows, trauma-informed policing and primary prevention in mental health. Area Leaders with notable influence on neighbouring local areas include Cumbria, Orkney, Stonehaven, Reading, Tonbridge and Warrington. * Resilience - The Biology of Stress, the Science of Hope - a renowned film about ACEs by James Redford.