Karma Nirvana is a UK registered Charity that supports victims and survivors of Forced Marriage and Honour Based Abuse. It was named in the hope that the work it seeks to undertake would make a positive impact on the lives of individuals who would by our involvement achieve a sense of peace and ulti
The results of the national survey, conducted by Children with Disability Australia (CDA) in April 2015, confirm that children with disability face considerable barriers to a quality education.
The results reveal a system in crisis:
68% of parents surveyed believe that their children are not receivi
Autism Ontario Durham Region created this autism awareness/acceptance video last fall for autism awareness month. It helps spread their message of autism acceptance. It is definitely worth a look. Here are the links:
Project Brave: http://youtu.be/GCLHYBW5DLA
The Making of Project Brave: https:/
MAP delivers health and medical care to those worst affected by conflict, occupation and displacement.
Working in partnership with local health providers and hospitals, MAP addresses a wide range of health issues and challenges faced by the Palestinian people.
With offices located in Beirut, Ramalla
The book provides an international perspective on violence against children and adults with disabilities. It focuses on promising practices and approaches that can reduce the risks and occurrence of violence while providing intervention and access to justice.
In addition, it increases awareness, kn
Protecting your baby from any possible harm is a strong and natural instinct. Every stage of your baby's development will be affected by the choices you make and the environments in which you live. And those choices you make are at the same time becoming more difficult and more important.
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Microwaves from our mobile phones, wi-fi laptops, iPads, satnavs and other office and leisure gadgets pass through the whole of our body and brain while we are at home, at work and travelling. It is the same for babies, children and teenagers at home and in their nurseries, schools and colleges – an
Eurlyaid is a participative association of persons, interested in issues of early childhood intervention, and a working party made up of representatives of parents’ associations, professionals and researchers, from various countries of the European Union.
Eurlyaid - EAECI aims at:
Increasing the quality of life for parents and children with special needs, through early childhood intervention (within the context of inclusion and gender mainstreaming).
Stimulating the growth and development of early childhood intervention on a European level.
Increasing sensitivity to the values and ethics of early childhood intervention,
Increasing knowledge and expertise in the field of early childhood intervention.