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f a child has a disability or emotional issues it is likely they will meet with avariety of healthcare professionals, from Doctors, Physiotherapist, Socialworkers, Occupational therapist, Dieticians, Orthotics, Speech or languagetherapist.Parents must inform and communicate to practitioners if their child is seeinga healthcare professional, as for everyone to better understand the child’sbehaviour.For example if a child is being treated for anxiety or depression and theschool is unaware of their condition, the child might be looked upon as beingshy or a bad mixer when asked to participate with others, wrong diagnosiscan be more harmful as the child is being left out or ignored. Theseexperiences can cause a lasting impression on a child’s life, as can a goodexperience with a caring early year’s worker or teacher. Working closely withparents, teachers and healthcare professionals can only improve a child’soverall achievement and wellbeing to optimise their development andgrowth.The most important relationship you can develop will be with your general

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