Presented by Dr Tim Moore* as the Pauline McGregor Memorial Address at the 10th Biennial National Conference of Early Childhood Intervention Australia, and the 1st Asia Pacific Early Childhood Intervention Conference. Perth, Western Austra
This lecture by Professor Juan Bornman, University of Pretoria, South Africa was presented at Jönköping University as part of their 10-year celebration.
Peter Limbrick writes: Austerity measures leave thousands of vulnerable and disabled adults, children and elderly people without effective support as they face such dire circumstances as loss of income, eviction from home or a long and lonely old age.
There are teenagers with a learning disabi
ECIA National Guidelines for Best Practice
From ECAI website: Early Childhood Intervention Australia’s (ECIA) National Guidelines for Best Practice in Early Childhood Intervention enable practitioners across Australia, no matter where they operate from, to access the latest research and advice on di
Peter Limbrick writes: Public services are leaving frail elderly people to struggle on their own – alone and without support services. Charities cannot meet the demand. The situation can only get worse.
A Caring Activist Forum in your neigh
From the website of Birth and Baby Needs: In order to support parents in the best way possible we provide prenatal support for pregnancy, birth and the new journey of life as a family.
Our model of infant feeding support allows for baby led
The following is the beginning part of an article on the website of Dysphagia Café (Connecting the Dysphagia Clinician with a Global Community) -
Peter Limbrick writes: When a baby is born with disabilities, whether physical, intellectual or sensory, or with a multifaceted condition, there are many factors threatening the mental health of the baby, mother, father and other close family members.
These risks to mental health begin in hospita