TAC Bulletin – Issue Number 2011 – December 2017

Editor Peter Limbrick  -   About this TAC Bulletin

How a genuinely whole-child approach can save ECI practitioners’ time and make better use of budgets. Part 4: ‘Love Me Do’ in 1962

Parents of young children with disabilities can be stressed and exhausted all the time. How can we help them and their child?  - Seminar series UK

Three BASPCAN events in 2018 – London, York and Cardiff UK

2018 International Health Congress, June 2018, Oxford UK. Abstracts invited

Intensive Interaction Good Practice Course

Social participation in children with neurodisability being examined by researchers at Leeds Beckett. Help needed (mainland UK)

Developing a Core Outcome Set (COS) of infant feeding outcomes for assessing interventions including children up to 1 year old – can you help with this?

ICPCN Conference: Inspiration, Innovation, Integration. Durban, South Africa May/June 2018

Intensive Interaction for People with Autism - One Day Course

The irradiation of children in seven easy steps. Your children and mine. The children we love, the children we care for and work with

Intensive Interaction Co-ordinator Course

National CAMHS Summit 2018 - Transforming Mental Health Services for Children & Young Adults - CPD Conference. February 2018, London UK


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