CHILD AND YOUTH RESILIENCE MEASURE & ADULT RESILIENCE MEASURE

The Child and Youth Resilience Measure (CYRM) was established through a process of interviews with youth and adults in countries around the world. Reflection on what obstacles youth confront, as well as possible resources called upon to navigate through and/or around these obstacles, resulted in the original 58-item version of the CYRM. We piloted the instrument with 1451 youth from 14 communities in 11 countries. This allowed us to reduce the instrument to a 28-item version and further to a 12-item version. Information on the measure’s emerging reliability and validity is contained in a number of publications. The measure has also been adapted into a 26 item version for use with children aged 5 to 9 years old and a 28 item version for use with adults, aged 23 and older (Adult Resilience Measure [ARM]).

Child

Designed for ages five through nine years old.


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Youth

Designed for ages ten through 23 years old.


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Adult

Designed for ages 24 and over.


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