@ilgaset11 asked 3 weeks ago.

Review how children or young people’s resilience and wellbeing are supported in own work setting?

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@clarkee answered 1 week ago.

Resilience is defined as ‘the ability to recover quickly from difficulties’. What we know about resilience is that it’s developed over time and is something that can be learned.



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@johnkeat answered 2 weeks ago.

Understanding how young people’s resilience and wellbeing are supported in own work setting is important because it helps you to be able to work with young people. It helps you to understand how they interact with each other, and how their relationships function.
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@mrfindfix answered 2 weeks ago.

Resilience is being able to cope and adapt when presented with a challenge. When children are resilient, it means they can deal with life’s challenges and bounce back from negative experiences. Resilient children feel good about themselves and are able to form healthy relationships with others.



Resilience is a term used to describe an individual’s ability to cope, adapt and bounce back from adversity. Resilient children and young people are able to use their strengths to cope with challenges and to recover from disappointments and setbacks. Resilience is not a single trait.
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