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Emotional Health Is As Important as Physical Health Posters

Talk to your Primary Care Team about your Child’s Social & Emotional Health

The Partnership developed posters to raise awareness about the importance of childhood mental health even at the youngest ages, and to encourage parents to talk regularly with their primary care team about the topic. The media campaign  included advertisements at bus shelters in Boston and posters that aimed to make conversations about mental health more approachable for parents and practitioners alike.

The posters can be used in any community setting.

Social and Emotional Development Conversation Starter

Your child’s social and emotional development is just as important as their physical health.

That’s why it’s important to talk to your pediatrician about how your child feels and acts – if they have trouble getting along with others or sharing; if they get upset when you leave; if they don’t sleep well or can’t concentrate.

If you have any concerns it is important to discuss your concerns with your pediatrician.

The cards in this pack will help you start a conversation with your child’s doctor.

Together, you and your pediatrician can support your child’s social and emotional growth, and help raise a healthy, happy child.

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