11 Skills and Attitudes that can Help Build Resilience – Video Version
“These skills and attitudes are the focus of Duct Tape Isn’t Enough and Reaching Home. They are survival skills for the 21st. century, whether the adversity is a national or regional disaster such as a hurricane or a terrorist attack or a personal disaster such as the death of a child or the loss of a spouse.”
from Duct Tape Isn’t Enough by Dr. Ron Breazeale
11 Skills and Attitudes that can Help Build Resilience – PDF Version
Resilience and Your Health
Resilience and Your Health is a program designed to assist you in learning and practicing the skills and attitudes of resilience so that you can better manage your health and navigate the healthcare system.
Resilience and Disability
Resilience and Disability is a program designed to assist you in learning and practicing the skills and attitudes of resilience so that you can better manage your life, your health and disability. The program provides the opportunity to practice these skills and attitudes as you attempt to manage these challenges.
“To succeed and manage the challenges that you face with a disability, you will need resilience. Those who cope well with a disability, who bounce back, end up knowing more about resilience than the average person. In fact, we have used persons with a disability to teach the skills and attitudes of resilience to more ‘able-bodied’ individuals.”
The people you will hear from on these DVD’s are everyday people who have survived real world tragedies. We have asked them all questions:
- What are the most difficult challenges you have encountered?
- How do you deal,or have you dealt with these challenges?
- How have these challenges effected you?
- Do you have any comments about resilience?
We would like to thank John Nunan and Justin Alves of alphaOne for creating these extraordinary DVD’s.
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