Resilience Tip #9: “How to Help Families and Staff Build Resilience During COVID 19 Outbreak”
“Resilience can help us get through and overcome hardship. But resilience is not something we’re born with—it’s built over time as the experiences we have interact with our unique, individual genetic makeup. That’s why we all respond to stress and adversity—like that from the COVID-19 pandemic—differently.
Think of resilience as a seesaw or balance scale, where negative experiences tip the scale toward bad outcomes, and positive experiences tip it toward good outcomes. . . .
We can make it easier for a scale to tip toward positive outcomes by strengthening core life skills.”
Download infographic: “How to Help Families and Staff Build Resilience During COVID 19 Outbreak”:
How to Help Families and Staff Build Resilience During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Speaking of Psychology: The Role of Resilience in the Face of COVID-19 with Ann Masten, PhD
(Podcast audio and transcript): https://www.apa.org/research/action/speaking-of-psychology/human-resilience-covid-19
Some Good News: Hamilton Original Broadway Cast Zoom Performance “Alexander Hamilton”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqvVL8IurMw
Steve Hartman On the Road: Hundreds of cans of Spaghetti-O’s sent to mom and daughter with autism:
Resources For The Three Rs: Relationships, Routines and Resilience: https://turnaroundusa.org/resources-three-rs/
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