She writes: Medpage Today recently published an interesting piece by Jennifer Mack, MD, PHD about the importance of managing children’s symptoms after being diagnosed with cancer.
From beginning of executive summary: Since the appointment of the first WellChild Nurse in 2006 the programme has expanded dramatically and 2016 saw the appointment of the 32nd WellChild Nurse.
Throughout these 10 years the key objective o
This follows How to apply systems thinking in support of an infant with ‘multiple disabilities’ – moving on from the old ways in TAC Bulletin 196
In that earlier piece I suggested that separate diagnoses of hearing or vision impairment, le
Extract from Disability Scoop article by Shaun Heasley (May 16, 2017): Many kids with autism are taking antipsychotics without participating in behavior therapy, new research suggests, despite evidence that medication is most helpful when pa
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To identify historical settlement events in Nunavut which impacted Inuit families and continue to impact families today
To develop an understanding of basic principle
Maria Ashworth writes: We are interested in the views of professionals who have experience working with children or young people aged 4 – 25 with either Williams syndrome, Down syndrome or Autism Spectrum Disorders and can complete a short
Extract from a story in Connexion, 27/5/17: Restrictions imposed to protect young children from “possibly carcinogenic” electromagnetic waves
WIFI has been banned in nurseries, schools, kindergartens and childcare centres across France that
Peter Limbrick writes: You might feel this is a lost cause because nurseries and schools are full of wi-fi gadgets and your kids hang on to their smart phones as a matter of life and death.
But with all health risks, we need first to lear