The Solihull Approach aims to increase emotional health and well-being through both practitioners and parents. It does this through resources and training across the child and family workforce. The majority of health visitors in the UK are n
How quickly they change, how they overlap and how disabled people can get extra help? This course gives a basic overview of the current system.
Wednesday 14 June 2017 - Can Mezzanine, East Road, London
Our Benefits Overview Course is aimed at professionals who work in advice or advocacy who need t
Katrina McNamara writes: Today we begin a conversation to engage and listen to members, families, young people, professionals, service providers and those with an interest in children's palliative care to help us develop our strategy from
This is a story written by Carolyn Kelly, a Play Therapy UK registrant for a little boy who just couldn’t ask for help. It starts:
Once upon a time there was a sailor called Mallory Twitch who lived on a little red boat in Pebbletown. Mal
Our continence initiative is for professionals who support disabled children and teenagers with continence.
An in-house 2-day training course for teams who support children and teenagers with disabilities - and their families.
An in-house 1-day training on bowe
Increasing complexities brought about by global crises are calling for us to actively disrupt and challenge the conceptual frameworks currently dominating cultural policy and theory.
Creative ecology offers a new paradigm that recognises th
Safe from the Start is an innovative, early intervention and evidence based project initiated by The Salvation Army, which has won the top National Crime & Violence Prevention Award in 2011 and a Child Protection Award in 2010.
The fact sheet on Children's Palliative Care and Human Rights examines the global need for children's palliative care, the recognition of children's palliative care under international human rights laws, and what steps governments should tak