This government-backed review seeks an urgent solution to the problem of children and young people ending up in institutions in England. The children are those with disabilities, challenging behaviour and complex mental health needs. Chris
In response to your acute observation regarding Autonomy rather than Independence (I've given them capital letters because I believe them to be subjects to teach like Maths or English or Geography) I would agree that they're diff
If you are on the autism spectrum and wish there was a clear way to tell if a girl likes you – without having to straight-up ask her – then this article is for you.
Peter Limbrick writes: Is independence ever a valid goal? In this article I want to suggest that it is not, and offer instead the pursuit of autonomy. In my thinking this offers a better way forward for all of us as we grow from child to adult. Autonomy will add richness, meaning and value to th
You might have noticed the teamaroundthechild.com website has been out of action. The problem has been resolved and we are now www.tacinterconnections.com
So, this TAC Bulletin is the first since mid-November. I apologise fo
Peter Limbrick writes: I do not need to be Democrat, Republican, Labour or Conservative to know that we are all in trouble when hate becomes the major ingredient of political debate. Most in danger are those of us in marginalised groups defi
Children with special educational needs (SEN) have a right in law to receive the ‘additional or different’ educational provision their needs call for, but there’s no ‘policeman’ to ensure that Local Authorities fulfill their legal duties. Instead, children with SEN rely on their parents and relevan
Dr Sher writes: Images of babies with severe microcephaly caused by the Zika virus are upsetting. Our hearts go out to these abnormally small-headed babies whose lives and life chances have been compromised – as well as to their families.
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