ANSWER: True. But it’s not only the child’s resilience. It relies on parents’ and the community’s resilience as well. It looks for strengths that can be found in the child’s skills, interests, dreams and hopes. It recognizes parents’ ability to meet their child’s physical needs, to provide intellectual stimulation, supervision, protection and support, as well as to obtain the resources and supports needed to ensure the child’s well-being. Finally, it identifies community characteristics that may contribute to a child’s well-being, i.e., the physical environment and the child’s social safety net.