Love Me, Teach Me

Universal Children's Day - Tuesday, 20 November 

ACEI’s Love Me, Teach Me brief aims to provide insight into how to better support children's rights, both in school and through a child’s experience in surrounding community life:

Cornerstone 1. See Me: The Child’s Right

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A teen with autism is locked in solitary confinement and being fed through a hatch. Have we really moved on from Bedlam? (UK)

“Beth has autism, suffers extreme anxiety and cannot cope with stress – yet instead of being helped to enjoy life she is shut away”

 

The heading and quote above and the following extracts are from an article by Ian Birrell in the i newspaper on 7th October:



“She is obese from inactivity and

Read more: A teen with autism is locked in solitary confinement and being fed through a hatch. Have we really moved on from Bedlam? (UK)

Electro-sensitive man successfully sues his employer for failing to protect him from electromagnetic radiation. French justices show us all the future!

Electro-sensitive man successfully sues his employer for failing to protect him from electromagnetic radiation. French justices show us all the future!

My understanding is that UK organisations cannot take out insurance cover for this

 

 

Peter Limbrick writes: In France an employee has sued his employer for not having taken on board his electro-sensitive condition which was diagnosed in 2011. The employer’s failure to protect him led to

Read more: Electro-sensitive man successfully sues his employer for failing to protect him from electromagnetic radiation. French justices show us all the future!

What is trauma in childhood?

When Tracy was little her family struggled with mental ill-health, money worries and problem alcohol use…

From an article by Mary Glasgow on TFN website:

Across Scotland today, the science of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), trauma and resilience is more widely talked about. Put simply, we now

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‘Talking End of Life ...with people with intellectual disability (TEL)’ VIDEO about online toolkit

People with intellectual disability should learn about dying and death

Death is a part of life. Too often death is a taboo in our society, and people avoid talking about or planning for it. This taboo is even more obvious when people with intellectual disability are part of these conversations.

Read more: ‘Talking End of Life ...with people with intellectual disability (TEL)’ VIDEO about online toolkit

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