James (12) and his parents, Karen and Keith, tell us in this video what it’s like moving from primary to secondary school and how they’ve adapted to the change.
This article by Ashley Bourque-Meaux, Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders College of Health & Human Sciences, Southeastern Louisiana University, US, is in the latest issue of ACEI's e-newsletter for the child care
This book is about early childhood intervention (ECI) for infants who have a multifaceted condition (the old ‘multiple disabilities’) and their families. It suggests ECI services, even in wealthy and well-developed countries, can:
- fail to
This publication looks at various aspects of fragile X, providing an overview of its characteristics. It also includes some practical strategies for managing anxiety, making friends, meeting people, and learning.
It is the only easy read document on Fragile X Syndrome currently available worldwide.
Partyline No. 56 sets out the current challenges for rural health and the priorities the newly elected Coalition Government should follow to support rural and remote healthcare. We hear how Queensland’s North and West Remote Health has been
From the publisher: 'Learning Bodies’ addresses the lack of attention paid to the body in youth and childhood studies.
Whilst a significant range of work on this area has explored gender, class, race and ethnicity, and sexualities – all of
Positive Cardiometabolic Health for People with an Intellectual Disability: an early intervention framework
Authors: Julian Trollor, Carmela Salomon, Jackie Curtis, Andrew Watkins, Simon Rosenbaum, Katherine Samaras & Philip B. Ward, 2016.
The adult version of the Early Interven
One of the casualties of the economic downturn since 2008 is space and time for innovation in support of children and adults who are disabled, marginalised or vulnerable. A reduced workforce struggles to get through each day with no time to explore new ways of working. The shortage of money means