Interconnections was established in 1995 in the UK by Peter Limbrick to support practitioners and managers who work with babies and young children who have disabilities and special needs. The central theme of Interconnections is teamwork in which interventions are integrated to cater for the whole child and family.
Around the turn of the century, Peter developed the internationally recognised Team Around the Child (TAC) approach. The scope of Peter’s interest has gradually expanded to include people of all ages who are who are disabled, marginalised or vulnerable.
On this website you will find information about:
TAC for babies and children and their families
Caring Activism - for people of any age
Books written by Peter Limbrick during the last twenty years
TAC Bulletin - our twice-a-month free international news mail out - free to subscribe
Our free online International News Service. Please send us your news
A free World Guide to support families and their professionals - in many languages
Sleep training for professionals who support sleep-deprived families
Essays and other writing by Peter Limbrick
ISAPIN Network promoting integration of health, education and social care around adults and children with special needs. Free for service providers and academics in any country.