Together for Short Lives provides a unique international children’s palliative care abstracts service for all members and stakeholders. It is the only service of its kind, bringing together all the latest research abstracts of relevance to professional working with babies, children and young people
'Hidden in plain sight' is the final report of our inquiry into disability-related harassment. The report uncovers that harassment is a commonplace experience for disabled people, but a culture of disbelief and systemic institutional failures are preventing it from being tackled effectively.
Abstract: Young people in care and care leavers want to know that their corporate parents (the local authority, collectively with other relevant services) will care for them and do their best for them. In this, one of the largest peer research studies, we report if, and how, this is being achieved.
This is a standard set of 100 indicators prioritized by the global community to provide concise information on the health situation and trends, including responses at national and global levels.
It will be reviewed and updated periodically as global and country priorities evolve and measurement meth
This paper reviews the research evidence on the impact of arts therapy for vulnerable people (including those with mental illness, individuals in palliative care, older people, homeless people and prisoners).
Participation in arts projects is linked to positive outcomes, such as symptomatic relief,
The good news is that there is a window of opportunity where we can significantly impact how the child’s brain is wired
The following is taken from the website of the Parent Infant Clinic
Early Signs of Autism - Detecting Pre-Autism symptoms
Pre-Autism is the period in the first 3 years