Protective Factors Framework [Webpage].

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Year Published
2017
Author (Organization)
Center for the Study of Social Policy (Washington, D.C.)
Resource Type
Other
Fact Sheet
Resource Format
HTML
The five protective factors at the foundation of Strengthening Families are characteristics that have been shown to make positive outcomes more likely for young children and their families, and to reduce the likelihood of child abuse and neglect. The five factors are: 1. Parental Resilience 2. Social Connections 3. Concrete Supports 4. Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development 5. Social and Emotional Competence of Children. Learn more about the research-based Protective Factors Framework on this webpage. (Author abstract modified)

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