Urgent action needed to address the impacts of the pandemic on children under six

Max Stanford, head of Early Childhood Education and Care, Early Intervention Foundation  
Wednesday, December 1, 2021

The pandemic has left its mark on all of us, but particularly young children and their physical development, says Max Stanford, of the Early Intervention Foundation

Max Stanford: 'We know that when children fall behind in their physical development it is hard for them to catch up and can impact other aspects of their cognitive and behavioural development'
Max Stanford: 'We know that when children fall behind in their physical development it is hard for them to catch up and can impact other aspects of their cognitive and behavioural development'

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