Limbrick’s Primary Interventionist Model for supporting families of babies and infants who have disabilities and special needs – a natural approach sensitive to children and families

Baby Megan was born into a loving family with two parents (both of whom say they had been slow learners at school) and a caring but exhausted maternal grandmother. Baby M’s diagnosis included developmental delay with probable cerebral palsy and intellectual disability. This very anxious mother had l

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A teen with autism is locked in solitary confinement and being fed through a hatch. Have we really moved on from Bedlam? (UK)

“Beth has autism, suffers extreme anxiety and cannot cope with stress – yet instead of being helped to enjoy life she is shut away”

 

The heading and quote above and the following extracts are from an article by Ian Birrell in the i newspaper on 7th October:



“She is obese from inactivity and

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Standing Together Against Hate: new animation highlights the importance of challenging hate, hostility and harassment in Higher Education

Standing Together Against Hate: new animation highlights the importance of challenging hate, hostility and harassment in Higher Education

Centre for Hate Studies produces Office for Students-funded animation to be showcased at British Society of Criminology Conference  

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Professor Neil Chakraborti, Dr Stevie-Jade Hardy and Dr Chris Allen from the University of Leicester’s Centre for Hate Studies will be leadin

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