From Center for Education Diplomacy: Of interest to many when they encounter the term education diplomacy is the difference between education diplomacy and education advocacy. Of course, both approaches seek positive change in education but
Introduction to an article on the website of Palliative Care Australia by Heather Wiseman - dated 7 October 2016:
Katrina Recoche was a palliative care nurse when she first became interested in homelessness about 20 years ago. Now a senior
Researchers from the University of Bristol (UK) have contributed to the development of a radical new approach to supporting parents with learning disabilities. Working with Impetus the Brighton and Hove charity helping vulnerable adults who are dealing with loneliness and isolation, they helped pu
The following is the beginning part of an article on the website of Dysphagia Café (Connecting the Dysphagia Clinician with a Global Community) -
From the website of Birth and Baby Needs: In order to support parents in the best way possible we provide prenatal support for pregnancy, birth and the new journey of life as a family.
Our model of infant feeding support allows for baby led
Peter Limbrick writes: Some years ago I was asked to link people who had some interest in autism in Cameroon. I have been asked the same again by new people. I no longer have the original contacts.
If you have an interest in people with aut
Peter Limbrick writes: Austerity measures leave thousands of vulnerable and disabled adults, children and elderly people without effective support as they face such dire circumstances as loss of income, eviction from home or a long and lonely old age.
There are teenagers with a learning disabi
From their website:
‘Experiences in the earliest years of life form the foundation of brain architecture, for better or for worse. Learning, behavior, and health across the lifespan are all built on that foundation. We know today’s best programs and practices can help support child development, b