Editorial: All-Party Parliamentary Group for Children Discusses Integrated Care (UK). Are you yawning already? Part 2

'important and well-paid mouths are flapping but I doubt any usable wind is being generated'

The optimistic thought behind this limp initiative is that there is some magical process by which directives from well-paid people at the top of government, statutory services and charities will directly inf

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A new child’s significant impairments are only half the story for a family. Here is a letter to parents (and hoping practitioners will read it too)

- you have a chance to get to know your baby and carry on with everyday life without too many people getting in the way -

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Of course, the baby or infant needs all available support to help her or him survive, to stay as healthy as possible, to remain pain free and to have the best p

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Editorial: All-Party Parliamentary Group for Children Discusses Integrated Care (UK). Are you yawning already? Part 3

Twenty years of apathy and failure – with children and families paying the heavy price

My focus is on babies and young children who have very special needs, often with multiple impairments. My dream is for effective integrated early child and family support in which local agencies and practitioners

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Editorial: All-Party Parliamentary Group for Children Discusses Integrated Care (UK). Are you yawning already?

This discussion is reported in CDC Digest page 15.

Integrated care around babies and infants who need extra support for their development and learning is my dream, and has been for a few decades now. It is not difficult to achieve once the practitioners supporting a child and family have the will to

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Interconnections argues children’s visits to hospital for therapy should be reduced as much as possible. Why is that?

Paediatric therapy is a strange phenomenon that I have never seen a good definition of

Editorial: First of all, I am thinking about babies and pre-school children who have sensory and/or physical impairments that have a negative impact on their development and learning. Some of these children will h

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