“All children have within them the potential to be great kids. It’s our job to create a great world where this potential can flourish.”
– Stanley Greenspan
In this world the child exists at home, in their day care and/or school and in individual adult-child contacts. Social-emotional development is critically important to the child’s long-term relationships and achievements, be they academic, social or vocational. This has been validated by science.
As a parent, we have to think of the multiple layers of development and what it is that a child has to conquer in order to survive in our product-oriented world.
Coach Benjamin Mizrahi. Educator. Learning Specialist. Family Coach. Father. Husband.
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