Peter Limbrick writes: First of all, when we are involved in helping a baby or young child to develop new skills and understanding, I believe the phrase ‘multiple disabilities’ has no validity – hence the single quote marks in the title. Com
Editorial: Billions of people enjoy wi-fi gadgets at work, at home and at play.
Some become obsessed with the small screens, oblivious to the people around them and very unpleasant to be with.
Children and young people in school and college
Is your smartphone in you back pocket? If so, your testicles and their sperm are very close indeed to this powerful source of electromagnetic radiation.
Perhaps you think like this;
“OK. This radiation passing between my smartphone and the
A child with a ‘multifaceted condition’ has some or all of the following conditions in combination: physical, sensory, or learning disability; social communication disorder; serious illness; uncertain or shortened life expectancy. When profe
This follows How to apply systems thinking in support of an infant with ‘multiple disabilities’ – moving on from the old ways in TAC Bulletin 196
Peter Limbrick writes: In that earli
Well, first of all it has to be said that people who provide services to families are not in control of what parents do or do not do.
So there are limits to what they can do to help. But here are some relevant questions:
· When do lo
Peter Limbrick writes: Should this be obvious? I am not sure. I sense I am being persuaded to believe otherwise. Phrases are creeping into the language that suggest brains are comparable to computers. For instance, I am persuaded to accept t
Peter Limbrick writes: Following the destruction caused by the horrendous fire in Grenfell Tower, there have been politicians and community workers calling for poor people to be given more power. Power is a complex subject about which