Social and emotional development involves learning to interact with others and to understand and control emotions. A child with difficulties with social and emotional development may:
- Experience big reactions to seemingly little provocation and take time to then settle
- Find it difficult to play with peers
- Avoid being touched by peers
- Always seem tired in class
- Chew paper/clothes/hair
- Demonstrate dramatic changes in behaviour
If a child ticks several of these areas and you are concerned feel free to call AIM Therapy on 6150 8339 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about how our services may help. We look forward to hearing from you.