Bounce Back Book
Our ability to cope with hardship and change is often referred to as our resiliency. Resiliency allows us to bounce back from setbacks and cope with adversity; to react positively and adapt well to change when things go poorly.
Parents and caregivers play a vital role in helping children respond well – even flourish – when life throws them a curve ball. To help parents and other caregivers nurture children to be strong and resilient, Alberta Health Services has authored the Bounce Back Book series.
These interactive books suggest fun, engaging and hands-on activities that parents and caregivers can enjoy with their young children, while learning about and developing their resiliency skills.
All three books are available in pdf format by clicking on the book cover images below.
To obtain hardcopies of the Bounce Back Books, requests can be sent to email@example.com or visit your local Parent Link Centre.
The Bounce Back Book: Building Resiliency Skills in Your Preschooler focuses on increasing resilience in toddlers and preschoolers.
The Bounce Back Book: Birth to 2 Years focuses on building the relationship between parents/caregivers and the child.