Opening Doors – Strengthening families. Ending institutional care across Europe. What is the situation in your country?

Opening Doors – Strengthening families. Ending institutional care across Europe. What is the situation in your country?

The latest compilation of data from 16 European countries document why institutional care – unnecessary, outdated and harmful type of care – still remains a problem for hundreds of thousands of children within EU borders and beyond. 

Through recommendations addressed to poli

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Applying systems thinking to support an infant with ‘multiple disabilities’, Part 2. Designing a multifaceted intervention system for each child

How to apply systems thinking in support of an infant with ‘multiple disabilities’ – moving on from the old ways

How to apply systems thinking in support of an infant with ‘multiple disabilities’ – moving on from the old ways

  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. C

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