“With its theme of Shaping Successful Futures the Aspect Autism in Education Conference will pick up where the last conference left off – with valuing students on the autism spectrum as unique and individual learners.”
From Autism in Education website: You are invited to submit an abstract fo
Jacqui Shurlock writes: Children and young people are all able to tell us what they think and feel in many ways.
A new report, "Valuing the Views of Children with a Learning Disability", has been produced by the Challenging Behaviour Foundation and Mencap and can be found on the Paving th
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After Peter Limbrick included a profile of my work in the TAC Bulletin, I asked him if there would be an interest from readers in my photographing for them. He kindly offered for me to put the question on the TAC Bulletin.
I thought it a useful opportunity to seek feedback relevant not only to my wo
Approximately 10,000 children with rare or undiagnosed conditions attend the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow each year.
The Office for Rare Conditions, based at the Children's Hospital and the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow, aims to raise awareness of rare conditions, enhance
From Encyclopedia of Child Development website: In recent years, a lot of new information has emerged on epigenetics that allows us to better understand how developmental trajectories can be either adaptive or maladaptive.
Experiences and environmental exposures act on genes like a dimmer switch to