Social distancing

But not forever

It is rather obvious that if children have any sort of developmental problem, clinicians need to look at it directly, face to face. But with social distancing this is impossible. Consultation can only be by some sort of video-conferencing, such as Zoom. This is a very poor second.

But trying to compensate as best I can I have out all the doll’s house people and furniture. or my Playmobil, or Lego, or Brio, or any of the other kits. We can discuss what is to be done with them. Or we can make a picture from some of my thousands of images.

Then one day, when social distancing is finally over, you will be able to bring your child to my clinic.

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