CCNUK: The history and mystery of Care Co-ordination Network UK in England. Do you know more than I do?

CCNUK: The history and mystery of Care Co-ordination Network UK in England. Do you know more than I do?

This generously-funded charity (I estimate an income of around £1.5 million in its lifetime) has closed down. When it began in 2000 – to promote keyworking and care co-ordination for disabled children – it had all the advantages of powerful allies and excellent models of keyworking projects to draw

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Our most callous crime against children to date – but don't worry, we are working on a bigger one

 

'It manifests itself as abscesses, in massive tumours, in gangrene, internal bleeding and child mastectomies and shrunken heads and deformities and thousands of tiny graves.' * (p 895)

Comment by Peter Limbrick: This is the second Editorial Comment under the heading, 'Hey, stop killing those child

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A question for parents: Do you need the Team Around the Child approach?

Peter Limbrick

The Team Around the Child (TAC) approach provides joined-up, multi-agency support for babies and infants who require ongoing multiple interventions (for whatever reason) and their families. The approach was first described in 2001 and has since become a popular model of service delivery in the UK and other countries. This article is written for parents who might be unsure whether TAC would be of benefit to their child and family.

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