Video about breastfeeding

From Raising Children Network: This video is about breastfeeding and your baby's health and development. Watch mums breastfeeding and learn why breastfeeding is good for baby and good for you.

Breastmilk contains all the nutrients your baby needs for the first six months of life and can protect baby

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Meccano-type mobility aid for world's poorest people (– this makes good sense to TACinterconnections)

A modular kit of interchangeable mobility aid parts from crutches to walking frames is set to change the lives of some of the world's poorest people with disabilities thanks to a design engineering student from Brunel University London.

The key element is to simplify everything - walking sticks, cru

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Are you using TAC for infants in Europe – or the same principles under another name? Will you get in touch please?

Are you using TAC for infants in Europe – or the same principles under another name? Will you get in touch please?

Peter Limbrick writes: I would like to hear from people in European countries who are offering TAC early intervention to disabled babies and young children and their families.

Whether or not your work is called TAC, the principles I am interested in are – 

- The child is treated as a whole child.

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Integration of interventions for babies, children and teenagers. Are you trying to avoid the additive approach for children with multiple diagnostic labels?

Integration of interventions for babies, children and teenagers. Are you trying to avoid the additive approach for children with multiple diagnostic labels?

 

Peter Limbrick welcomes examples from anywhere in the world of approaches to children's development and learning that attempt in some way to integrate such interventions as education, therapy, play, social skills, etc. 

Examples can include work towards offering a child a whole-child programme rat

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