Parent-child play: A mental health promotion strategy for all children

Parent-child play: A mental health promotion strategy for all children

5 March 2019

This resource highlights the use of play to strengthen child-parent relationships and promote children's mental health.

This resource has been published by Emerging Minds.

The resource outlines the benefits of play for children and the use of parent-child playtime as a strategy for mental health promotion. The resource highlights that child-led play is an ideal way for parents to engage with their children and build relationships, but acknowledges parents often need support to develop skills in child-led play.

Access the resource via the Emerging Minds website.

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