New Resource: Coaching and empowering caregivers of children with hearing loss, an approach to foster well-being

From the Partners for A Greater Voice website: 'Outcomes in children’s development are best realized when parental caregivers have good self-esteem, develop competencies, and are informed and emotionally equipped to cope with hearing loss.

'An approach to coach and empower them must be positive, sup

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‘Every Possibility – A parents guide: Early childhood intervention’ a wonderful new booklet from Australia

“With one person who knows you; you don’t have to double up on conversations, you only need to relay information to one person.” (Lisa – Parent)

From the introduction:

This booklet is a guide to help you to get the best out of therapy for your child. We hope it will boost your confidence in working

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Important new book from New Zealand, ‘Earlybird’ for parents and children to explore together the experience of premature birth

Written by Julie Burgess-Manning and illustrated by Jenny Cooper

Guided and co-edited by Dr Patricia Champion, MBE, PhD - Founder of the internationally recognized CHAMPION CENTRE (an Early Intervention Centre in Christchurch) and Trustee of the Champion Foundation

Professor Linda Gilkerson, PhD. Er

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Engaging young children and families as design partners in the learning process: Reflections from an inclusive preschool classroom in Washington, DC, US

Engaging young children and families as design partners in the learning process: Reflections from an inclusive preschool classroom in Washington, DC, US

"At the beginning of the year, Michael refused to participate in any scribbling or drawing activities, completely avoiding writing utensils.

"As we built on Michael’s interests and engaging him in the creative process, he gradually developed the self-confidence to explore his fine motor strengths.

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