Why do some children thrive in the face of adversity and others falter? Are children born resilient? Or is resilience a skill they build based on early experiences? What can parents do to promote resilience in children and how can communities support parents in their effort? When parents are unavailable, how can other caretakers help? These are some of the questions we will ask ourselves and try to answer in a conversation with Dr. James Duffee about “Promoting Resilience in Children: Building a Relational Home.”
Download the materials from Good4Growth’s “Promoting Resilience in Children” presentation to share with other friends and parents.
PowerPoint: Download the PowerPoint presentation from the “Talk with a Doc” session and share the PPT with other parents & friends.
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Good4Growth is a partnership that gives parents, caregivers, or anyone that touches the life of a child – practical tools and tips for creating a happy, healthy environment for kids.
A monthly presentation given by health professionals, with topics promoting healthy childhood development