beyondblue recently launched Building resilience in children aged 0–12: A practice guide – a resource tailored to professionals who are regularly working with children aged between 0 and 12. The content in the guide has also been adapted for parents and other adults – to inform them about what they can do to support children’s resilience in the home.

We really appreciate your support in extending the campaign's reach to parents and other adults who will benefit from the content on building children's resilience (located on the Healthy Families website). 

How you can support children's resilience

Read

  • Our media release in relation to Building resilience in children aged 0–12: A practice guide  – why are we doing this campaign? 

Post, tweet and share

Using our suggested post and assets below, you're welcome to put together a social media post or a newsletter story linking through to our 'Building children's resilience' page for parents. We also encourage you to share any of the children's resilience posts via our social media accounts:

Download

If you would like to download any of the below Facebook images, or website banner, please ensure your posts and/or banner are configured to link to the following URL: https://healthyfamilies.beyondblue.org.au/healthy-homes/building-resilience

Download images for your Facebook link posts:

Suggested copy 

  • Half of all lifetime mental health issues emerge by age 14. Experts say building resilience from early childhood may help prevent issues later in life. Visit beyondblue Healthy Families to learn more about resilience in children: bb.org.au/2BoREZm
  • Resilience. We hear that word everywhere, but what’s it really mean? Visit beyondblue Healthy Families to learn more about resilience in children: bb.org.au/2BoREZm
  • Simple challenges can help kids learn how to cope with discomfort. Visit beyondblue Healthy Families to learn more about resilience in children: bb.org.au/2BoREZm
  • How can you foster resilience in children? Teach kids positive thinking. Build close relationships with friends and family. Talk about emotions. Visit beyondblue Healthy Families to learn more about resilience in children: bb.org.au/2BoREZm 

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The Children's Resilience Research Project was funded by beyondblue and major partner Future Generation Global Investment Company.

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