Feb 20, 2013
Physical disabilities, early growth spurts, being the shortest kid in the class – there are a lot of ways kids can feel “different” from their peers. The thing they have in common is that these differences can have a big impact on how children relate with peers and the way they develop psychosocially. The panel of specialists will give a quick overview of recent research on these topics, frequent challenges and recommendations, and then open the floor for Q&A with the audience.
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