Please find below a letter received today about an Online Resilience Course being offered to parents of children aged 9 and above. It starts tomorrow, so please get registered as soon as possible if you are interested.
The charity, Bounce Forward are holding regular sessions for parents to build vital skills to help their children be more resilient during this uncertain time. Each hour-long session will be hosted by Lucy Bailey – Chief Executive Officer & Co-founder of Bounce Forward, with the content based on the science of resilience.
Session 1: Introduction to resilient parenting
Session 2: Optimism during uncertainty
Session 3: Developing mental muscle
Session 4: Compassionate communication
Session 5: Mindsets and energy
Session 6: Parenting to strengths
The first session is free, with the next ones priced at a nominal fee of £2 to support the charity.
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Details: 10am to 11am – Friday 3rd April 2020
10am to 11am – Monday 6th April 2020
Lord David Triesman – Trustee, “As a parent myself, I know that this is a particularly difficult time for parents and that many are worried about the impact that school closures and social isolation could have on the wellbeing of not only their children but the whole family. But it’s how we react that matters most. As a society, we need to build vital skills and develop the critical factors which make someone resilient and helps them thrive during this new world/lockdown period.”
About Bounce Forward
Bounce Forward is a national charity that delivers inspiring and practical training programmes to support young people to reach their full potential in life. The charity believes that teaching resilience skills should sit alongside academic lessons and have spent 13 years working directly with schools and delivering research to evidence what they do.
Resilience is not just about overcoming setbacks; it’s also about making the most of opportunities
We base our approach and training on solid research, theory and evidence
We teach skills and strategies that work in the real world
The adults matter: their role is vital in helping children and young people be resilient and thrive