About This Course
Addressing a child’s stress is important because stress can have a negative impact on a child’s physical and mental health. Children who experience stress may become more irritable and anxious and have trouble sleeping, eating, or concentrating. By addressing a child’s stress, parents and caregivers can help the child learn coping mechanisms and build resilience to better navigate difficult situations in the future.
Meeting a child’s needs is crucial for their healthy development and well-being. When a child’s needs are not met, it can lead to negative outcomes, such as poor physical and mental health, developmental delays, behavioural problems, and low self-esteem.
Child Stress and Unmet Needs discusses ways to help educators determine the cause of the behavioural issue and some of the alternatives to elevate the issues.