Children often demonstrate frustration when transitioning from one environment or activity to another for a multitude of reasons including:
Difficulty disengaging from current task
Difficulty switching attention to new task
Difficulty re-engaging to a new task
Difficulty adapting to sensory requirements of a new environment
Use these tips to help your child transition from one activity to the next:
"I didn't talk until I was 3."
“Boys talk later than girls.”
“Kids develop at their own pace.”
“You should wait and see what happens.”
A “late talker” is a toddler who has good comprehension, cognition, play and motor skills, but has a limited number of spoken words.
Research shows 70-80% of late talkers will catch up.
Sounds like pretty good odds, right?
This means 20-30% of late talkers will NOT catch up. Th...
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