Early childhood intervention is stubbornly stuck in the age of black and white television

Early childhood intervention is stubbornly stuck in the age of black and white television

 

'My baby is in pieces all around the city. It feels like she does not belong to me anymore'

Editorial for TAC Bulletin for June 2011

I may not have got the words exactly as they were spoken, but this appeal came to me when I was a keyworker with One Hundred Hours during the 1990s.[1] I want to use

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Keyworking and multi-agency service co-ordination: Training and resources are essential

Keyworking and multi-agency service co-ordination: Training and resources are essential

Keyworkers need co-ordination as much as disabled children and families do. They cannot create it on their own – especially while performing the rest of their duties in their main role

Peter Limbrick writes:

In the hope that there can be a national debate about these important resource issues before

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