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Early Childhood Intervention without Tears: Improved support for infants with disabilities and their families

Written Peter Limbrick

2016

£22 (+ P&P)

Early childhood intervention services for babies and infants with disabilities have evolved with two in-built assumptions:  

· Disabled infants can be treated very differently from typically developing infants
· Families must accept exhaustion and stress, often to the point of family breakdown 

Peter Limbrick argues that both of these assumptions are wrong.

 

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Bobby can use the toilet

By Charmaine Champ

2016

£12 (+ P&P)

This is a social story with clear text and illustrations to help children learn to use the toilet at home or at school. The story of Bobby is intended to be used as part of a child’s toileting routine and read by a parent or carer with the child. There is a pull-out summary chart to be used as a visual timetable Pages are wipe-able for use in the toileting area.

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Bowel & Bladder Assessment Pack: A guide for carers and professionals helping children and young people with a learning disability, physical disability, autism or complex needs to be successful with toileting.

By Charmaine Champ

2016

£18 (+ P&P)

Some children and teenagers with a learning disability, physical disability, autism or complex needs remain incontinent of the bowel and bladder.

This has a serious impact on their self-esteem and on social and play activities.  For parents and carers at home or in school there are added time pressures, increased physical demands and very significant costs.

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Caring Activism: A 21st Century Concept of Care – a new book for 2016 

Written Peter Limbrick. Edited by Hilton Davis

2016

£12.99 (+ P&P)

This book is a proposal for citizens to join together to support vulnerable children, teenagers, adults and elderly people.

From the back cover: Think of rough sleepers in Europe’s capitals, of teenagers leaving care homes without aftercare, of elderly people struggling alone without family or friends. Think of people displaced by conflict and natural disasters.

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Horizontal Teamwork in a Vertical World

By Peter Limbrick

2012

£12.95 (+ P&P)

 We have constant reminders of how hospitals, schools, care homes, GPs, social services, etc damage service users by failing to work together. People who run commercial organisations take collaboration in their stride and do it well, but many managers of public services wrongly assume it is impossible. 

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spacer An Interview with Professor Hilton Davis

2011

Edited by Peter Limbrick

£7.95 (+ P&P)

 This publication is dedicated to everyone working in support of people who are vulnerable or in need for whatever reason. It is particularly for those who see that the system in which they work could be improved in terms of the quality of the support offered and the outcomes achieved.

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spacer TAC for the 21st Century

Nine Essays on Team Around the Child

2009

Written and edited by Peter Limbrick

£13.95 (+ P&P)

 The TAC system, accepted as good practice in several countries, offers opportunities to radically re-appraise how practitioners use time and resources in pursuit of effective support for the increasing population of infants who have multifaceted conditions and disabilities... read more and buy... 


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for Children with Disabilities and Special Needs

2007

A collection of essays edited by Peter Limbrick

£17.50 (+ P&P)

 These essays promote awareness and understanding of families in the people who manage and work in services that attempt to support them and describe approaches that are designed from this family-centred standpoint... read more and buy...


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spacer Early Support for Children with Complex Needs  

Team Around the Child and the Multi-Agency Keyworker

2004

Written and edited by Peter Limbrick

£14.95 (+ P&P)

 In traditional approaches to children with complex needs practitioners have worked separately, providing many families with a fragmented service. This manual addresses how to join these services together and argues that effective early support can only be achieved if key practitioners take time to establish better working relationships with parents and with each other... read more and buy... 


bookcover_integratedpathway_fr spacer An Integrated Pathway for Assessment And Support

for Children with Complex Needs and their Families

2003

Written and edited by Peter Limbrick

£12.95 (+ P&P)

 The manual describes a practical, family-centred pathway which is based on the Team-around-the-Child model of multi-agency co-ordination. This integrated pathway incorporates processes for referral, assessment, service delivery and review, and gives parents a central role in planning the service for their child and family... read more and buy...


bookcover_tacframe spacer The Team Around The Child

Multi-Agency Service Co-ordination for Children with Complex Needs and their Families

2001

Written and edited by Peter Limbrick

£9.95 (+ P&P)

 The TAC system, accepted as good practice in several countries, offers opportunities to radically re-appraise how practitioners use time and resources in pursuit of effective support for the increasing population of infants who have multifaceted conditions and disabilities. TAC for the 21st Century will inform and inspire... read more and buy...

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