TAC Bulletin Update – Issue Number 210 – Mid-November 2017

Editor Peter Limbrick  -   About this TAC Bulletin

How a genuinely whole-child approach can save ECI practitioners’ time & make better use of budgets. Part 3: Go where the child is. Do what the child does

Seminar series (UK) 2018 - important new work with infants with disabilities ‘ECI without Tears’ Bristol, Wakefield, Liverpool, Exeter, Sheffield & Manchester

Function, Family, Fitness, Fun, Friends and Future - mean to young people with CP and other disabilities? 

Children’s Quarter in Birmingham UK

Role of family goes unacknowledged in Government’s Green Paper statement - UK

Mobile phones cause lethal type of brain cancer, major study expected to declare

The effectiveness of mindfulness-based interventions on maternal perinatal mental health outcomes: A systematic review

Strategies to promote resilience in children


What is epigenetics?

The Office for Rare Conditions in Glasgow, UK

Photographing adults and children with disabilities: requesting feedback


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