The Five Strengths
- Take small but significant steps
- Involve your family and friends
- Try new things as your needs change
- Discover what works for your family
The Five Strengths are also called Protective Factors.
Some people use the words Protective Factors instead of the Five Strengths. Regardless of what they are called, research has shown how important these characteristics are for helping families to overcome challenges and experience the joys of daily life.
Helping Kids Understand Feelings
Social & Emotional Competence of Children
Parenting as Children Grow
Knowledge of Parenting & Child Development
Connecting with Others
Building Inner Strength
Knowing How to Find Help
Concrete Support in Times of Need