The Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) Questionnaire is a 10-item self-report measure developed for the ACE study to identify childhood experiences of abuse and neglect.What does your ACE score mean?
The ACE score shows an individual’s likelihood of developing adult, chronic disease. As your ACE score increases so does the risk for the development of emotional, psychological, physical chronic disease and social dysfunction. With a score of 4 or more the percentages rise dramatically:What is Ace assessment?
ACE Assessment. ACE Governing Document IV established a process to recertify and assess ACE courses on a five-year rotating basis. The ACE department assessment report summarizes the collected assessment information for each of the ACE outcomes for which the department has courses.