Using Protective Factors in Practice Lessons Learned about Resilience from a Study of Children Aged Five to Thirteen

Source: CorStone

There are many advantages of using resilience as a framework to guide the screening, assessment, and promotion of social– emotional health in children. This article reviews which individual attributes are most important for the resilience of elementary school-age children, as primarily determined by the positive attribute’s ability to discriminate between typically developing children and those with disciplinary, mental health, and/or special education referrals or services. This research lends itself to a practical framework to scientifically measure and utilize individual social–emotional strengths for the purposes of fostering resilience in all children.

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