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In addition to meeting the physical needs of your child such as food, clothing, and shelter, fostering your child’s mental health is essential to raising a child who will thrive and succeed. How your child interacts with the world, the relationships he establishes with family and friends, and how he copes with challenges are important areas of your child’s mental health.
Parents are often the first to observe changes, behavior, and other signs that their child’s development may be atypical. If your child is displaying any of the symptoms below and/or her behaviors are affecting her relationships with family members, friends, or school performance, you may want to consider seeking additional support, starting with your pediatrician.