Growing Up Resilient Webinar
Are you a parent, someone who works with parents, or someone with important youth in your life? Have you ever wondered how you could help those kids in your life be resilient when they encounter life's challenges? Do you want these growing youth to be able to withstand or overcome difficult times or choices? If so, then the Growing Up Resilient webinar is for you!
Vickie Abel is a mom of three and worked as a social worker for decades. Currently, she is the Director of Organizational Excellence at the Avera Marshall Regional Medical Center. In this webinar, Vickie addresses:
- What resiliency is
- How we can build resiliency in our children (infants through young adults)
- Some example of resiliency in action
This webinar was presented in August 2013 and is available on this website as a recording. It will take about an hour to complete. A certificate of completion is available after completion.
How do I get started?
To get started, complete this registration prior to viewing the webinar. After completing the registration, you will be directed to the webinar which you can view immediately or bookmark to watch at a later date.
Afterwards, please take a few moments to complete the closing survey. This information will help us determine other webinars that may interest you in the future. After completing the closing survey, you will be able to download your certificate of attendance.
Take Home Resources
Follow along with a printed copy of the webinar slides. (469 K PDF)
Print a handout on what resilient kids use here. (317 K PDF)
This webinar was hosted by Brianna Routh, Extension Educator — Family Relations and Health and Nutrition. For more information, please contact Brianna Routh.
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