Ongoing Movement to Build a Trauma-Informed Monadnock Region | Health Reports Lab

When researcher Elsa Falkenburger thinks about the benefits of trauma-informed communities, she thinks of the cutoff effect.

The concept is well known in the social sciences – angled curb access points were mandated by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 in an effort to make cities more wheelchair accessible. But soon, others were enjoying them too: parents pushing buggies, delivery people with carts, kids on scooters.