Greetings All: I'm seeking recommendations for a resiliency curriculum that could be used in a home setting with elementary school-aged children. Also, does anyone have experience as a tutor or home visitor in providing resiliency training for families in the home setting? Thanks!
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I'm looking for the same thing. One of the programs we are looking at using is Nurturing Parenting.
I'm seeking curriculum for Early Childhood Educators so if anyone has any recommendations that would be awesome. It would be implemented into Early Head Start/Head Start/ Private Childcare Centers & Family Day homes and some Preschool/Pre-K classrooms as well.
Im hoping you’ll consider adding to your resources the book I write on this with pediatric cancer advocate Deborah Miller, PhD. Compassion In Action: Emotional First-Aid for Children speaks directly to the teacher/parent/caregiver about exactly how to do that skill-building. Thank you for considering it.
There is a school in the UK using the Little Iceberg as part of a recovery curriculum
Many of their teachers have done lessons around grief loss sadness and hope from this one book
I might suggest the Helping Children with Loss program under the auspices of the Grief Recovery Institute. This is a 4-session, 10 hour class for parents, caregivers, teachers, counselors and others who have, love, care for or work with children and youth. The program is available both in person (depending on Covid conditions) and live online. To learn more in the US - visit https://www.griefrecoverymetho...elping-children-loss.
Our UK counterparts have additional resources, including in-class curricula for teachers at all levels, for social and emotional learning. To learn more about these - both products for sale as well as free downloadable fliers, visit https://www.griefuk.org/schools/
I would also be glad to speak with anyone who has questions about these resources.
Lois Hall, MS
Hello, I heard about the curriculum, "Ms. Kendra", however, I have not explored details, I only know it is applicable to elementary students.