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Five tips for fostering resiliency in children

October 23, 2020

By NetNewsLedger.com

The free Guide to Resilient Children offers practical tips and everyday solutions; available at Scouts.ca

In today’s ever-changing world, children must adapt to new environments and navigate life’s inevitable challenges – whether that be learning in a virtual classroom, facing a COVID-19 outbreak at school, failing a test, or struggling to make friends.

Resiliency is the ability to bounce back and recover from a setback or difficult experience. Now more than ever, developing children’s personal capacity for resiliency is essential for coping with risk factors, uncertainty, and stress, as well as for building positive mental health, emotional wellbeing, social relationships, and academic achievement.

 

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