The voices and experiences of children with autism, and their families, in their transitions from nursery to primary school: project overview

By Sarah Parsons, Hanna Kovshoff, Kathryn Ivil, Gareth Shaw and Effie Karakosta

University of Southampton + Aviary Nursery

The idea 'Digital stories derive their power by weaving images, music, narrative and voice together, thereby giving deep dimension and vivid color to characters, situations, exp

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Negative mental states shared by parents and practitioners of babies and young children who have very special needs

Negative mental states shared by parents and practitioners of babies and young children who have very special needs

‘Then there is hope, worry and guilt. These states of mind will surely be familiar to parents of all children and to practitioners and managers’

 

Extract from 'Bringing up babies and young children who have very special needs':

“There are many negative mental states practitioners can suffer in

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A parent speaks of her family’s journey in early childhood intervention and says some therapy sessions work well when the child is not present

A parent speaks of her family’s journey in early childhood intervention and says some therapy sessions work well when the child is not present

Denise Luscombe writes from Australia:

I thought TAC Bulletin readers might like to see this video.  It was from the ISEI Conference and I introduced a parent speaker at the Welcome Reception. Stacey was the parent and she talked about her journey in ECI (early childhood intervention).

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Bringing up babies and young children who have very special needs. A new book for students and parents – 8 sample pages

Bringing up babies and young children who have very special needs.  A new book for students and parents – 8 sample pages

"Some parents are particularly vulnerable to guilt because of the elevated level of care that is needed."

"Denial is common in both practitioners and family members."

 

Bringing up babies and young children who have very special needs: A 21st century guide for parents, students and new practiti

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