A Missão da ANIP é desenvolver, implementar e disseminar Práticas Recomendadas em Intervenção Precoce na Infância para responder às necessidades das famílias, profissionais e agentes da comunidade, de forma individualizada e qualificada, com vista a promover o desenvolvimento da criança dos 0-6
Extracts from PRECI newsletter -
PRECI welcomes the final report from the NDIS Review and commends the strong focus on children and their families, and the development of a unified ecosystem of support. The renewed focus on early identification of emerging developmental concerns an
A guide by COFACE member FIAPAS
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This brochure has been developed by COFACE member FIAPAS (Spanish Confederation of Families of Deaf People) in collaboration with the Commission for the Early Detection of Hearing Loss (CODEPEH).
The document tackles postnatal hearing loss as
By Samia Kazi
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In a world where toddlers seamlessly transition from building with blocks to swiping on screens, the intertwining of early childhood and technology becomes inevitable.
The digital realm is not a mere adjunct to our world, but rather is an integral part of the ec
Is some paediatric therapy a hangover from an out-dated medical approach?
It is obvious that early child and family support services and systems must be adapted to local culture, family structures, traditions and resources. It is equally obvious that when we design or modify an early child and famil
Creator: Penny Fitzpatrick of MartinJenkins and Associates, for Good Bitches Baking
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A qualitative snapshot of kindness through the lens of community service organisations in Aotearoa.
This study began with a question: What is the role of kindness from the perspective of comm
From Brownstone Institute:
Would 92% of American adults have gotten a Covid shot had they known the “vaccines” only offered a 0.85% reduction in risk? Would young men have taken the jab if they had known it did not prevent transmission?
Americans came to understand that the media campaigns sup
From the website of Center on the Developing Child:
A wide range of conditions in the places where children live, grow, play, and learn can get “under the skin” and affect their developing brains and other biological systems. Rapidly advancing science around early childhood development provides incr