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Social skills and children with special needs

Social skills and children with special needs

This is common in two-year-olds. At two years of age, children’s language skills are not developed enough to make it possible for them to communicate verbally with others. For this reason, aggressive behavior culminates.


In children who have special needs, aggressive behavior can persist and inevitably harm children’s relationships with others. Other children can complain about the behavior of children who have developmental delays and refuse to play with them.


Developmental delays and various diagnoses that are common during early childhood can also affect children’s emotional maturity. Waiting for their turn, sharing, following instructions, sharing instructions, reaching a compromise, and expressing empathy are examples of social skills that children may find especially difficult to manage.