How to help Babies and Toddlers with Separation Anxiety after Covid 19

During the past year, families have had to make significant changes to meet the COVID-19 rules.

So many things have changed - Regular routines of daily childcare or school drop-offs have changed. Parents who have worked from home may be now going back out to work.

Many of you have replaced weekly shopping with online shopping so routines have changed again. Life has certainly been different for a while and children are finding re-adjustment to life as we know it difficult.

Separation anxiety is a stage of development that is typical for babies and toddlers. It is a sign of attachment to caregivers and is also a common stage of emotional and cognitive development.