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Lockdown Lowdown is a segment on Tuesday's and Thursdays at 13.40 where EB Inglis brings in experts to chat about various topics that could help us during the national lockdown period.

In this episode of Lockdown Lowdown, EB Inglis turns to Professor Petrus de Vries, Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry for advice for parents with special needs children during the lockdown.

... when children have special needs, the lockdown brings and has brought additional and very very complex challenges for families.

Professor Petrus de Vries, Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

It's important for moms and dads to remember those difficult behaviours that they might be seeing now, - anger, aggression, not wanting to do things - might be signs, not just of being a difficult child but of anxiety and of fear and of uncertainty.

Professor Petrus de Vries, Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

It is really important to stop and think and listen to what they are trying to tell us.

Professor Petrus de Vries, Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Listen to Professor Petrus De Vries' 5 tips in the audio, below.

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