Emotion Well-Being

Emotional Well-Being

Your child’s ongoing brain and emotional development are critical to life-long emotional health. Your child’s experiences during their school-age years affects their relationships, learning, and behavior for the rest of their life. There are many ways you can nurture your child’s emotional health.

A group of students, one in a wheelchair, playing on the playground

As your school-age child develops, their increased attention span, communication skills, and complex thought processes leads to less frustration for them as they balance school, home, friends, and more. Those same skills can also add new challenges as children begin to test boundaries.