After Peter Limbrick included a profile of my work in the TAC Bulletin, I asked him if there would be an interest from readers in my photographing for them. He kindly offered for me to put the question on the TAC Bulletin.
I thought it a useful opportunity to seek feedback relevant not only to my wo
Approximately 10,000 children with rare or undiagnosed conditions attend the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow each year.
The Office for Rare Conditions, based at the Children's Hospital and the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow, aims to raise awareness of rare conditions, enhance
From Encyclopedia of Child Development website: In recent years, a lot of new information has emerged on epigenetics that allows us to better understand how developmental trajectories can be either adaptive or maladaptive.
Experiences and environmental exposures act on genes like a dimmer switch to
From Talking Mats: Talking Mats is a great tool to help you to really listen to children and help them to have their say about decisions affecting their lives as well as shaping the services that support them.
Talking Mats can be used by practitioners and parents in the Team Around the Child
The Solihull Approach aims to increase emotional health and well-being through both practitioners and parents. It does this through resources and training across the child and family workforce. The majority of health visitors in the UK are n
How quickly they change, how they overlap and how disabled people can get extra help? This course gives a basic overview of the current system.
Wednesday 14 June 2017 - Can Mezzanine, East Road, London
Our Benefits Overview Course is aimed at professionals who work in advice or advocacy who need t
Katrina McNamara writes: Today we begin a conversation to engage and listen to members, families, young people, professionals, service providers and those with an interest in children's palliative care to help us develop our strategy from