This practitioner research study, by Claire Stubbs, combines her support work with young people who have experienced challenging times and her interest in resilience and the Resilience Framework. By examining the mechanisms that were important to promote resilience amongst young men who were offending, the study took the Resilience Framework and applied it to the data collected on the young men’s experiences. The findings supported the principle behind the Resilience Framework, the importance of both social and individual mechanisms working together to promote better odds for young people. Young men involved in the study produced their own messages from the study. You can read the newspaper-style leaflet, Changing Lanes – Promoting resilience to re-offending, which they’ve produced detailing how to support resilient moves for at risk young people.
Communication between autistic and non-autistic speakers: Gemma Williams introduces her fellowship research
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