Once again, 2021 seems to be out of control. We aren’t able to see light end of the tunnel. We don’t know what is right for our kids? Are we doing enough for them? Are the kids safe from the second strain? How can parents help them feel safer and secure at home? How can we be their friend, parent, teacher? The last year has been unprecedented and everyone has been affected in different ways. This year seems to be the same.
While we live in such uncertain times, I’m sure many of us are thinking that with the kids growing up with no physical school, screen-time is increasing by the day.
Mansi Zaveri, Founder of Kidsstoppress spoke to Dr Samir Dalwai, a Child Behaviour And Development Paeditrcian about behavioural issues through screen time, Covid-19, and more. Here are few questions he answers to:
- Screen-time and the impact on a child’s behaviour
- Dealing with anxiety during the pandemic
- Importance of human interaction for kids in the early years
- COVID and the second wave
- Dealing with stubborn kids
- How to say no to kids
Dr Dalwai talks to us about how it is important to address this issue at home and be there for our children. If you are a parent who is worried and has concerns about the safety of your kids, about how to be more available to our kids, then you need to listen watch the video. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay connected and get regular updates, tip & information from the experts!