Infant/Toddler to Preschool

There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children – One of these is roots; the other, wings.”   – Author: Hodding Carter

Preschool has taken the place of kindergarten as being the first big step towards being a “big kid”. Preschool will represent quite a change in environment, expectations and schedule for both child and parent. No longer are we in the free spirited world of being a toddler, but are now in the structured world of pre or beginning academia (preschool). Some concerns at this point are:

 

  • Common Parent and Child Anxiety
  • Communication between Preschool Staff and Parents (Guardians)
  • Child’s Physical and Mental Health
  • Change in Roles, Routines and Expectations of child and family
  • Social/Emotional Developmental Level of Child
  • Recreation
  • Support Services Required, Community Resources and Service Coordination Transportation Types of Programs and there qualifications

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