Anxiety in Children - What we should know as parents?
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Anxiety in Children - What we should know as parents?

This document is available in English as well as in languages other than English. Links to the multilingual resources can be accessed further below.

Title: PDF logo Anxiety in Children - What we should know as parents? (PDF file - 49 KB) (Links to English resource)

Summary: This fact sheet discusses how to distinguish standard worries from more serious anxieties in children. It also discusses different cultural understanding of this issue and provides some tips to parents.

Organisation: NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service

Publishing date: December 2000

Last reviewed: December 2015

Target audience: Parents

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