Supporting your child’s social and emotional development is an important part of being a parent. It’s also an important part of school and learning for children. In this episode of Raising Learners Vikki Ryall, Executive Director, Clinical Practice at Headspace and Mary Sayers, CEO Children and Young people with Disability Australia join Derek McCormack to discuss what’s important for social and emotional development at different ages and stage and how parents can play a supportive role with that development.
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Emotions and play: school-age children
Social and emotional changes: 9-15 years
Autism: social & emotional development
School-age: development tracker
Pre-teen development: what to expect
Teenage development: what to expect
School-age friendships: how to support them
Teenage friends and friendships
Friends and peers: autistic children and teenagers
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