In our society, there’s a tendency to believe that children should be outgoing and sociable. However, while extroverted children feel energized through social interactions, introverted children may often feel drained after spending time with others. Too much time spent socializing without sufficient time to recharge might result in irritable moods, tears or even meltdowns.
It is hence important for parents and caregivers to understand the challenges that introverted children face, in order to help the child thrive and flourish in school and at play. If these challenges are overlooked, the introverted child may experience various consequences that may be detrimental to their development, learning and wellbeing.
In this interactive webinar, the following will be discussed:
- Consequences of overlooking the challenges faced by introverted children
- Strategies to better support your introverted child at school and at home