Resillience is the ability to recover quickly from adversity; an associated term might be the ability to “Bounce Back”. It comes from the strengths of an individual and of their family as well as the strength of the community and culture in which they live (Glover, 2009). Family resillience is the successful coping of family members under adversity that enables them to flourish with warmth, support, and cohesion. Key factors of resillient families include: positive outlook, spirituality, family member accord, flexibility, family communication, financial management, family time, shared recreation, routines and rituals, and support networks. All famillies have inherent strengths and the potential for growth, providing an opportunity to facilitate family protective and recovery factors and to secure extra-familial resources develop resilience (Black & Lobo, 2008).