This statement is issued by the International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) in conjunction with the international palliative care community represented by the Worldwide Hospice and Palliative Care Alliance (WHPCA) and the I
Well, first of all it has to be said that people who provide services to families are not in control of what parents do or do not do.
So there are limits to what they can do to help. But here are some relevant questions:
Peter Limbrick writes: Following the destruction caused by the horrendous fire in Grenfell Tower, there have been politicians and community workers calling for poor people to be given more power. Power is a complex subject about which
Press release dated 18/5/17: Avoiding Alcohol in Pregnancy IS a Feminist Issue
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service today claimed that “advice to pregnant women about drinking alcohol may cause more harm than good.”
In response to this,
Peter Limbrick writes: Is your smartphone in your back pocket? If so, your testicles and their sperm are very close indeed to this powerful source of electromagnetic radiation.
Perhaps you think like this;
“OK. This radiation passing betwee
Gail Hogan writes: Children with disabilities or additional needs may have multifaceted needs; regardless of their condition and the severity of its impact these children are typically multiple service users. Children with disabilities and t
Peter Limbrick writes: Anushka Asthana reports in the Guardian (30/5/17), ‘One chief executive of a major charity in the social care sector told the Guardian they felt “muzzled” by legislation…’ This has prevented them speaking out about C
Peter Limbrick offers an opinion: The FASD debate has been given a new lease of life by claims that advising that women who are (or who want to become) pregnant should avoid alcohol is sexist. I read in the Guardian that:
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