Hay un nuevo sherif en el pueblo.
Lunes a viernes
6:15, 7:15, 8:15 y 9:15
5:15, 6:15, 7:15 y 8:15
Mensualidad $700 pesos (validó los primeros 5 días de cada mes), o si prefieres $200 pesos por semana.
This is super common amongst toddlers, beginning at about 18 months of age and lessening over time until about 3 years of age (obviously this is situation dependent as well).
Here are some ways to ease separation anxiety in your children when encountering new situations and environments:
Do a ‘walk about.’ In the days leading up to when you’ll drop your child off (say, preschool or day care) try going for a visit. Walk around the space, talk about what they’ll be doing there, meet the people... this helps your child become familiar with their surroundings.
Practise a routine! Let’s say you are going to drop your child off at day care at 8am. Practise the morning routine in advance to ease anxieties. Practise getting up at the necessary time, making breakfast, getting dressed, the drive... familiarity with the routine so that it isn’t rushed is important.
Provide a photograph. Give your child a small picture of you (or your family) to keep in their pocket or backpack. They can pull this out whenever they might feel the need for comfort.
Let them take a security object. Some daycares and schools object to this. But if your child is soothed by a particular security object, I would talk to the caregivers and ask them to make an exception during the first few weeks of the transition.
If your find that your child’s anxiety isn’t getting any better, over time, despite implementing some of these strategies, you might want to consider talking to a professional. They can always provide additional insight and support!