Children Some toddlers have never experienced villageing and crowds – A child psychiatrist tells what a parent should understand about a special situation

Getting used to other people is important for a child’s development. At the end of the story, you can ask your own question to a child psychiatrist.

The article is part of a series of stories in which child psychiatrist Janna Rantala answers questions from readers. He writes his answers on a general level without knowing the reader’s situation in more detail.

I myself am already a grandmother and I am wondering how babies born during the Corona period and infants who lived during that time can catch up on a “normal” life. How do they feel about visiting villages, shopping trips, and other people if they have been mostly with their own family for a long time? As a grandparent, can I take note of this change somehow?



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