Screen, Child and Wow age of two years

  • learn
  • be self-confident
  • have high self-esteem
  • have positive social skills
  • develop a sense of self
  • have successful adult relationships

Screentime Recommendations 📴

If not screen, then what do we replace it with? ↩

Some mindless things adults do that they shouldn’t ⚠️

  • During the first two years of life, the child learns best by exploration and social interaction with trusted adults.
  • Screen time does not promote brain development the way real-life experience does.
  • Put it this way, we replace the 3D experience of the real-world with 2D experience of the tech world. Isn’t it too dull eh?

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Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist; Co-founder & Director @synapsepk Mental Health Entrepreneur. Recycled Stardust.Balint Group.Psychoanalysis.Grit 🇵🇰

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Dr. Aisha Sanober Chachar

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Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist; Co-founder & Director @synapsepk Mental Health Entrepreneur. Recycled Stardust.Balint Group.Psychoanalysis.Grit 🇵🇰

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