Some toddlers need extra help interacting and connecting with people.
One of the ways that we interact with each other is by making eye contact. It’s so important to look at each other when you are interacting. Have you had a conversation with someone who is texting and felt like they weren’t listening to you?
If your toddler needs help making eye contact with you then you have probably already found that it’s not helpful to say ‘look at mummy’ hundreds of times. Even calling your child’s name many times doesn’t work?
This infographic is for parents with young children who are working on interaction and eye contact.
Can you playfully lure your child to look at you? Rather than command him!
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