Video. How does isolation affect the baby during a coronavirus pandemic?


Having a baby or toddler can be difficult even in the best of times, but with parents being held in solitary confinement because of the restrictive measures taken against the coronavirus pandemic, everything becomes a challenge.

Educational psychologist Dr. Abigail Wright of the British Psychological Society says parents are the key factor in children’s development.

Among other things, Dr. Wright is also the mother of two children aged four months and three years, respectively. She offers her advice to two other parents with whom she shares the experience of raising a child during isolation.

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