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Reflections Magazine : Reflections Issue 58 Autumn 2015
16 Celia Rae Senior Project Officer, Child Youth and Wellbeing Hunter Institute of Mental Health Positive social and emotional development in early childhood is important for the day-to-day wellbeing of babies and young children and can also lead to lasting benefits for their future. Research shows that a baby or young child's relationships and experiences, and the environments in which the child lives and grows, can affect how the brain develops. This in turn can influence childhood, adolescent and adult lives including physical health, mental health, relationships and success at school and work.
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