Talking about concerns related to your child's emotional and physical development

Parents often worry about the emotional and physical development of their children. Children may have trouble using the toilet, be slow to develop language abilities, be very fussy eaters, have trouble sleeping at night, or have occasional tantrums at home, among many other things. Even if your worries are not directly related to your child's preschool life, you may get the advice you need if you share your concerns with a teacher. In addition, getting advice from a teacher may help you feel less anxious and put your mind at ease. If necessary, the teachers may also be able to recommend a specialist who you can talk to. It may be best to speak to teachers directly about these issues.