Building Resilience in Children Aged 0- 12

Building Resilience in Children Aged 0- 12

This resource aims to assist practitioners to promote children’s resilience and raise community awareness about it more broadly. It aims to create a shared understanding of children's resilience, and highlight the best ways to build resilience through everyday strategies and structured interventions. This guide was created for practitioners working across a broad range of settings including early childhood education and care settings, primary schools, welfare and community-based health and mental health settings.

Meeting children's sleep, rest, and relaxation needs

Meeting children's sleep, rest, and relaxation needs

To support the development of healthy life-time sleep practices, educators need to work with children and families to provide appropriate opportunities to meet each child’s need for sleep, rest, and relaxation.

 

 

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Self-Regulation Snapshots

Self-Regulation Snapshots

These free snapshots have been developed by University of North Carolina's Frank Porter Graham Centre for practitioners and educators to use for each of six developmental phases. Each snapshot provides a review of key concepts; a listing of the skills developing in that phase; an image of how co-regulation looks in that phase; a review of lessons learned about interventions to promote self-regulation; key considerations for promoting self-regulation in that phase, and more.

Families NSW: Social and Emotional Development

Families NSW: Social and Emotional Development

Families NSW in the Sydney metropolitan area have produced resources for service providers to pass on to parents that provide advice and information on the social and emotional development of children. A related flipchart is available in four major community languages and has been adapted for Aboriginal families, Love, Yarn, Sing, Read, Play.



 


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