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What Works in Building Resilience? reviews strategies, interventions and approaches that can help to build resilience in children and young people. The principles of resilience are explored in light of published research, which suggests that incorporating resilience-promoting strategies into services for children and young people can make a real difference. The author explores what those strategies are in relation to different developmental stages' from early years through middle childhood and adolescence to early adulthood, and demonstrates their practical application in child welfare services. This book will enable social care professionals to identify and implement factors that promote resilience in all phases of a childhood.
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Tony Newman is a principal research officer for Barnardo's. His areas of interest are parental disability and its impact on children, the promotion of resilience and evidence-based social care practice.
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