Resiliency and Young Children: Reaching Out
Fact Sheet, 2013
There are three main abilities that people who are resilient have: relax, reflect, and respond. These can be further broken down into seven resiliency skills. Each skill forms the basis on which others can be built. These include emotional regulation, impulse control, causal analysis, empathy, realistic optimism, self-efficacy, and reaching out. This fact sheet focuses on practical ways that caregivers and frontline workers can help children build skills in the area of reaching out.
Your Young Child’s Brain: How Does It Develop?
Information Card, 2010
Written in plain language, this information card provides basic information about the importance of brain development during the early years. Practical tips to increase opportunities for children’s healthy development are included.SKU: 8-701
Domestic Violence and Young Children
Information Card, Revised 2020
Written in plain language, this information card provides basic information about the impact of witnessing domestic violence during early childhood. Caregivers are given practical tips for helping children who have had this experience.SKU: 8-301
Helping Young Children Cope with Stress: Developing Resiliency
Fact Sheet, 2010
This fact sheet helps professionals and communities understand their roles in helping young children to develop resiliency. Resilience is the ability to cope with and recover from stressful situations, changes, or problems.SKU: 8-602
Domestic Violence and Pregnancy
Fact Sheet, 2019
Domestic violence (DV), also referred to as intimate partner violence, includes physical, psychological, verbal, sexual, spiritual, and financial abuse and aggression that is committed by a spouse, common-law partner, or romantic partner. This fact sheet focuses on domestic violence during pregnancy. It provides information about the signs of DV and the effects of DV on the pregnant woman and the fetus. Links are provided to screening tools and resources to help health and allied healthcare providers support pregnant women experiencing DV.SKU: 2-435