How to apply systems thinking in support of an infant with ‘multiple disabilities’ – moving on from the old ways

How to apply systems thinking in support of an infant with ‘multiple disabilities’ – moving on from the old ways

  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

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Children learn from experience – sometimes this is very harmful. Such as witnessing domestic abuse. Play Therapy UK offers help

Children learn from experience – sometimes this is very harmful.  Such as witnessing domestic abuse. Play Therapy UK offers help

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

Read more: Children learn from experience – sometimes this is very harmful. Such as witnessing domestic abuse. Play Therapy UK offers help

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