Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. TENTH PRINCIPLE: Parents are not treated as passive recipients. They can work at the grassroots to create a local TAC system

This series of short essays is intended as an introduction to TAC or as a refresher course for everyone around babies and infants who need special support for their development and learning. The article can be translated for use in newsletters, networks and websites in any country

TENTH (and final)

Read more: Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. TENTH PRINCIPLE: Parents are not treated as passive recipients. They can work at the grassroots to create a local TAC system

Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. EIGHTH PRINCIPLE: ‘For the child’s development and learning, TAC practitioners do not use the term multiple disabilities and think instead of a single unique multifaceted condition.’ Translate this article if you wi

This series of short essays is intended as an introduction to TAC or as a refresher course for everyone around babies and infants who need special support for their development and learning. The article can be translated for use in newsletters, networks and websites in any country

 

EIGHTH PRIN

Read more: Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. EIGHTH PRINCIPLE: ‘For the child’s development and learning, TAC practitioners do not use the term multiple disabilities and think instead of a single unique multifaceted condition.’ Translate this article if you wi

New webpage about ‘The Theory of Change’ from Center of Excellence for Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health

This resource can be used across settings by evaluators, program managers, and others curious to understand more about IECMHC

From press release: The Center of Excellence for Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation (CoE for IECMHC) is pleased to launch its new webpage.

Decades

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Are you struggling to get health, education and social care working together around children or adults?

This sort of integration does not come naturally. In fact, it is a hard nut to crack

Peter Limbrick’s Manual ‘Integration made possible’ addresses the main issues and offers ways forward for manager, practitioners and family members. It brings co-production, person-centred practice and a firm eviden

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Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. NINTH PRINCIPLE: ‘Support for a new child’s development and learning is much more an education issue than a health issue.’ Translate this article if you wish

This series of short essays is intended as an introduction to TAC or as a refresher course for everyone around babies and infants who need special support for their development and learning. The article can be translated for use in newsletters, networks and websites in any country

 

NINTH PRINC

Read more: Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. NINTH PRINCIPLE: ‘Support for a new child’s development and learning is much more an education issue than a health issue.’ Translate this article if you wish

Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. SEVENTH PRINCIPLE: ‘Activities to support the child’s learning and development are integrated into the child and family’s natural activities.’ Translate this article if you wish

This series of short essays is intended as an introduction to TAC or as a refresher course for everyone around babies and infants who need special support for their development and learning. The article can be translated for use in newsletters, networks and websites in any country

 

SEVENTH PRI

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