Research reports increased wellbeing in children that have the freedom to travel independently. How have you introduced unaccompanied travel to your child?
New research reports children who have freedom to move from A to B by themselves – rather than depending on adults to take them places – experience improved wellbeing. Dr Lisa Gibbs from the University of Melbourne’s McCaughey VicHealth Centre for Community Wellbeing discusses her research findings. Click here for details.
Post shared from kidsmatter.edu.au website.