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TitleStrong at the Broken Places: The Resiliency of Low-Income Parents
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PublisherNational Center for Children in Poverty
DateApril 2017
Pages20 pp.
DescriptionBy examining factors that promote or hinder children’s healthy development, this policy report draws on recent studies to illustrate the importance of parent resiliency in the development of social-emotional competence among low-income children. The report concludes with program and policy recommendations that have proven effective in promoting the development of protective factors, reducing vulnerabilities, and cultivating resiliency among low-income parents and, consequently, their children.
Filed inEarly Childhood > Children's health
TopicsChildren & Youth, Disparities, Early Childhood
Added04/27/2017 12:48pm

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