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Resilience Week VA 2020 News
Need Help Coping? May 3-9 Is the First ‘Resilience Week’ in Va. via Richmond Times-Dispatch
Governor Declares May 3-9 Resilience Week in Virginia via ACEs Connection
Resilience Week: Hampton Roads Trauma-Informed Community Network via Voices for Virginia’s Children
Reach Out and Read During Resilience Week VA via ACEs Connection
Resilience Week: Winchester Area Trauma-Informed Community Network via Voices for Virginia’s Children
Resilience Week: Southside Trauma-Informed Community Network via Voices for Virginia’s Children
Resilience Week VA 2020 Handouts
Greater Richmond SCAN has created themed Resilience Week flyers you can share throughout your networks. See links below to digitally share, print, and post in your communities!
Flyers with GRTICN logo
Flyers with statewide VA TICNs logo
SCAN has also created an infographic with themes for each day of the week to help guide participation. Each day has its own two-page handout with ideas for 50 ways to celebrate – linked to below!
20 Ways to Build Resilience At Home
Print & Color a Resilience Week Picture, place in your window, and share with your community that Resilience Week is getting started! Choose from any/all of these options here!
50 Ways to Celebrate Handouts
*Please note that these handouts were made prior to COVID-19 precautions. Continue to follow local health guidelines to keep yourself and others safe during this time!*
Sanctuary Sunday | Mindful Monday | Trauma-Informed Tuesday | Whimsical Wednesday | Tranquility Thursday | Friendly Friday | Self-Care Saturday
You are also encouraged to adapt and envision your own ideas for celebrating the week. Resilience-building looks different depending on your individual, community, and organizational needs, so do what works best for you!
Additional Resource Handouts
Recursos en Español
20 Formas de Crear Resiliencia en el Hogar
50 Maneras Para Practicar
El Domingo de Santuario | El Lunes Consciente | Martes: Infórmate de Trauma | El Miércoles Caprichoso | El Jueves de Tranquilidad | Viernes de Amistad | Sábado: El Cuidado Personal
**Por favor regresa por recursos y materiales adicionales sobre resiliencia en español.**
Resilience Week VA 2020 Virtual Library
Through books and films, we can explore, learn from, and connect with stories of resilience! Check out some of our recommendations for books and films with resilience themes below for
Resilience Week Virginia and beyond!
Greater Richmond SCAN has created Resilience Week Reading Lists for different age groups! These colorful handouts are available in PDF form to print, share, and use throughout the week. Click the links below for the PDFs or keep scrolling to preview the full handouts!
Greater Richmond SCAN is also offering Virtual Storytimes that will be shared on our YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram. All storytimes will be posted at 10:00 am.
*Direct links to the videos will be added as they are posted.*
Monday, May 4 – Amanda Lynch from Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond and Greater Richmond SCAN will be reading her own children’s book called Breathe, Baby, Breathe, appropriate for younger children & their families (and all who wish to pause & breathe with us)!
Wednesday, May 6 – Greater Richmond SCAN’s Henrico CAC Coordinator, Stephanie Davis, will be reading a book appropriate for any young children and their families!
Thursday, May 7 – Greater Richmond SCAN’s Trauma-Informed Education Specialist, Amy Johnson, will be reading a book appropriate for ages 10-12 and any grown-ups that want to pause and connect through storytime, too!
Friday, May 8 – Keisha Tolliver from Greater Richmond SCAN’s Circle Preschool Program will be reading a book appropriate for preschoolers and families to relax, listen, and connect through reading together.
Cuentos en español, con Claudia del Centro Sagrado Corazón!
Un libro que se llama ¿Dónde está osito?: Un Fantastico Cuento Para Ninos de 2 Anos
Un libro que se llama “El chile es verde.” (Chronicle Books). Un Fantastico Cuento Para Niños de 3-6 años
Un libro que se llama “Radio Man” (HarperCollins Espanol; Bilingual edition): Un Fantastico Cuento Para Niños de 4-8 años
Un libro que se llama “Marisol McDonald y la fiesta sin igual” (Lee & Low Books): Un Fantastico Cuento Para Niños de 4-8 años
RESILIENCE WEEK VIRGINIA Reading List for Elementary school age children
RESILIENCE WEEK VIRGINIA Reading List for Tweens&Teens
RESILIENCE WEEK VIRGINIA Reading List for Adults
Greater Richmond SCAN has also created Resilience Week Film Lists for different kids and teens to adults! Click on this link to download or keep scrolling to see them below!RESILIENCE WEEK VIRGINIA Resilience Films List (dragged) 2
RESILIENCE WEEK VIRGINIA Resilience Films List (dragged)