Separation Anxiety and Development Review Separation anxiety typically occurs around 8 months of age and ends somewhere around 2 years. This isn’t always the case. However, separation anxiety usually eases around age 2 for most children. If a toddler is still experiencing separation anxiety it is important to ease the transition just as you would for infants. The difference between easing the transition to child care for toddlers is that toddlers can be transitioned with an activity instead of a person. Yes, it is still important to have a familiar caregiver on staff for transition and arrival times, but it is helpful to use an engaging activity, book, or play center to ease the child’s anxiety.
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