15 months is a critical period of learning for both you and your toddler.
During this period, it’s common for toddlers to show resistance and express frustration; to help your child regulate their emotions, it’s important to learn to cope with your own anger and frustration. With new mobility, 15 month toddlers want to explore new horizons and lack a sense of danger. Talk to your child’s health care provider about parenting skills needed to provide a safe environment for your toddler while allowing the them freedom to learn and explore on their own.
This information is for general educational uses only. It may not apply to you and your personal medical needs. This information should not be used in place of a visit, call, consultation with or the advice of your physician or health care professional.
Communicate promptly with your physician or other health care professional with any health-related questions or concerns.
Be sure to follow specific instructions given to you by your physician or health care professional.