• Feb 24, 2021 1:00 pm
  • 17:11 mins

For those with small children, we’ve all made the joke “they’re like a mini-me". We can see children mimicking the mannerisms and habits of the adults in their lives. These children are learning about the world and their place in it, so it’s no wonder that they look to the important figures in their lives to see how they should act and react. But did you know that being a good neighbor can strengthen parenting and supports the child’s development? Not only can children see positive interactions, but being a good neighbor can provide your child with a community ready to help when necessary. Here to tell us more is Dr. Dona Matthews.