Fostering Resilience In Young Children

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Response to Ramona Yes, I agree. As a support system, when we are fostering resilience in young children requires strengthening the family, the community, as well as children’s own personal resources. Resilience research indicates that during the early childhood years, it is important for children to have good quality of care and opportunities for learning, adequate nutrition, and community support for families, to facilitate positive development of cognitive, social and self-regulation skills. As a result, young children with healthy attachment relationships and good internal adaptive resources are very likely to get off to a good start in life, well equipped with the human and social capital for success as they enter school and society. References…show more content…
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