Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. SIXTH PRINCIPLE: ‘It is the responsibility of parents to bring up their child. It is the responsibility of TAC practitioners to support them when they ask for help.’ 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

 

SIXTH PRINC

Read more: Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. SIXTH PRINCIPLE: ‘It is the responsibility of parents to bring up their child. It is the responsibility of TAC practitioners to support them when they ask for help.’ Translate this article if you wish

What is the best way to promote early child and family support in a city, region or country? Part 3: I suggest a combined bottom-up and top-down approach with local forums or ‘TAC Councils’ at the grassroots

'... we are all making very slow progress in establishing effective integrated early child and family support'

In the first two parts of this essay I have suggested a top-down approach can be ineffective, whether the impetus comes from regional or national government, from chief executives in local

Read more: What is the best way to promote early child and family support in a city, region or country? Part 3: I suggest a combined bottom-up and top-down approach with local forums or ‘TAC Councils’ at the grassroots

Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. FOURTH PRINCIPLE: ‘Each child’s TAC is a mutually supportive team with a flat power structure’. 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

 

FOURTH PRIN

Read more: Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. FOURTH PRINCIPLE: ‘Each child’s TAC is a mutually supportive team with a flat power structure’. Translate this article if you wish

National Reconciliation Week

From Lowitja Institute:

On the eve of National Reconciliation Week 2021, Lowitja Institute CEO Dr Janine Mohamed said Reconciliation Australia based its vision of reconciliation on five pillars: historical acceptance, race relations, equality and equity, institutional integrity and unity.

“At the h

Read more: National Reconciliation Week

Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. FIFTH PRINCIPLE: ‘TAC Action Plans are designed to reduce the child and family’s exhaustion and stress as much as possible.’ 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

 

FIFTH PRINC

Read more: Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. FIFTH PRINCIPLE: ‘TAC Action Plans are designed to reduce the child and family’s exhaustion and stress as much as possible.’ Translate this article if you wish

What is the best way to promote early child and family support in a city, region or country? Part 2: The work of Interconnections

This essay has two sections:

  • The independent work of Interconnections
  • Working with UK government

 

The independent work of Interconnections

Since the mid-1990s, I have been working to promote effective integrated early child and family support under the consultancy name of Interconnections. T

Read more: What is the best way to promote early child and family support in a city, region or country? Part 2: The work of Interconnections

Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. THIRD PRINCIPLE: There is a single, unified, holistic TAC Plan for each child'. 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

THIRD PRINCIPLE: O

Read more: Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. THIRD PRINCIPLE: There is a single, unified, holistic TAC Plan for each child'. Translate this article if you wish

share your information  Cartoon © Martina Jirankova-Limbrick 2011