"Typical development" is not a phrase that we coined – in fact, it's pretty easy to argue that no child is "typical." Still, we're willing to accept the terminology because it helps to differentiate the information you need from the information needed by parents of children with disabilities.
All parents of children with typical development need some basic information. For starters, you're probably wondering just what you should tell your child and when you should tell them. That's just one of the articles you'll find by clicking on the link below.
Now it's time to get down to the specifics – things that may not apply to all children with typical development, but that may at one time or another apply to your child. Got a child going through puberty? Then there are certain things you need to know. If you've got a teenager, then there are other things you need to know. Think your child may be gay? We'll show you how to support them. And the list goes on and on.
Pick and choose by clicking on the link below.
We're not in the business of reinventing the wheel. There are so many great resources out there, both in print and online, and all you have to do is click on the link below to see what we mean.
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