From ReachOut Australia: Trying to guess what’s going on with your teenager’s mental health and wellbeing is tough. Many parents of teenagers are concerned about their teenager’s behaviour, whether it’s being non-communicative, feeling anxio
Peter Limbrick writes: First of all, when we are involved in helping a baby or young child to develop new skills and understanding, I believe the phrase ‘multiple disabilities’ has no validity – hence the single quote marks in the title. C
Article in RCNi Learning Disability and Practice – (subscription required)
A new social worker pilot scheme has been unveiled to tackle the lack of continuity of social workers for people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health.
This lecture by Professor Rune Simeonsson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA was given as part of CHILD’s 10-year celebration at Jönköping University in 2016.
The following is an extract. For the full document go to: http://www.un.org/en/ga/search/view_doc.asp?symbol=A%2FRES%2F64%2F142
1. The present Guidelines are intended to enhance the implementation of the Convention on the Rights
A minimum of 750,000 British children and young people a year are witnesses to domestic abuse. Also 62% of children living with domestic abuse are directly harmed by the perpetrator of the abuse, in addition to the harm caused by witnessin
This resource is for women and men, who are thinking about becoming parents, are pregnant, or who are new parents.
It provides information about the effects of cannabis on fertility, pregnancy, breastfeeding, on children and adolescents wh
Presented by Dr Tim Moore* as the Pauline McGregor Memorial Address at the 10th Biennial National Conference of Early Childhood Intervention Australia, and the 1st Asia Pacific Early Childhood Intervention Conference. Perth, Western Austra