Keyworker & keyworking. Have these words been done to death in England? Are you doing this essential work under another name? Do you hold the key? Does NCB?

Keyworker & keyworking. Have these words been done to death in England? Are you doing this essential work under another name? Do you hold the key? Does NCB?

Editorial comment: TAC Bulletin readers might have seen my laments[1],[2] about the demise of CCNUK (Care Co-ordination Network UK) which was supposed to promote keyworker support for families of disabled children and then fizzled out mysteriously. CCNUK began in 2000 with the strong winds of both

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The TAC approach for babies, children, teenagers, adults and elderly people – an introduction

The Team Around the Child approach as a whole system of intervention

 

In this approach to disabled children, a small individualised team or TAC (the Team Around the Child) is established around each child and family. Each child’s TAC is more effective, creative, wise and powerful than the individua

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The PICCOLO tool helps professionals help parents support their child's early development

The Parenting Interactions with Children: Checklist of Observations Linked to Outcomes (PICCOLO™) is a checklist of 29 observable developmentally supportive parenting behaviors with children ages 10–47 months in four domains.

It is a positive, practical, versatile, culturally sensitive, valid, and r

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TAC for the 21st Century: A unifying theory about children who have a multifaceted condition. An essay by Peter Limbrick

TAC for the 21st Century: A unifying theory about children who have a multifaceted condition. An essay by Peter Limbrick

Summary: We have in the UK an increasing population of children with neurological impairment and consequent multiple disabilities or 'multifaceted conditions'. There is a danger of these children and their families being overloaded in the first years by too many practitioners with too many disciplin

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