Attitudes Related To Trauma-Informed Care (ARTIC) Scale
The ARTIC Scale was co-developed by Dr. Courtney Baker of Tulane University and the Traumatic Stress Institute. It has been administered globally to more than 25,000 professionals in human service agencies, school systems, state agencies and more.
Looking for a cost-effective, validated tool to measure trauma-informed care?
Organizations and schools understand that valid data is critical to advancing trauma-informed care (TIC) in their settings and demonstrating success. That’s why the Traumatic Stress Institute co-developed the ARTIC Scale, a psychometrically valid measure of professional and para-professional attitudes toward TIC.
Invitation To Participate in ARTIC Survey
The Pennsylvania Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) invites Administrators or Supervisors who provide supervision to early childhood professionals, working with or supporting children ages 0 through 8 and their families and OCDEL Business Partners including Early Learning Resource Centers (ELRC), Early Intervention Technical Assistance (EITA), and the Pennsylvania Key staff to participate in the Attitudes Towards Trauma-Informed Care (ARTIC) Survey. The ARTIC Survey is a three-year project that will help guide statewide decision making around workforce development and early childhood mental health resources on trauma-informed care.
Application Deadline: Friday, December 10, 2021 by 5:00 PM EST
- There’s Still Time To Participate in ARTIC Survey! – October 22, 2021
- Time Remains To Participate in ARTIC Survey – August 13, 2021
- Invitation To Participate in ARTIC Survey – July 26, 2021