Peter Limbrick can come to your team or group at your venue to facilitate discussions on any of the following topics:
'Bringing up babies and pre-school children who have very special needs'
'Team Around the Child – TAC'
'Moving towards transdisciplinary teamwork'
From the website of Ottawa Public Health: Infants and young children have mental health. It is the developing capacity of the child from birth to six years of age to form close and secure adult and peer relationships, experience, manage and express a full range of emotions, and explore the e
Peter Limbrick writes:
Do you worry because the people helping your child do not talk to each other?
Do you feel they make decisions without involving you properly?
Do you have several plans for your child instead of a single u
Centre for Hate Studies produces Office for Students-funded animation to be showcased at British Society of Criminology Conference
Professor Neil Chakraborti, Dr Stevie-Jade Hardy and Dr Chris Allen from the University of Leicester’s Centre for Hate Studies will be leadin
The latest compilation of data from 16 European countries document why institutional care – unnecessary, outdated and harmful type of care – still remains a problem for hundreds of thousands of children within EU borders and beyond.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
If you have a child still in nappies beyond infancy in your family, school or residential setting, you will know how much time it takes up and how much of your money it drains away.
You will also know the limits it can put on socialising and self-esteem.
These books by learning disability nurse, Cha
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
In that earlier piece I suggested that separate diagnoses of hearing or vision impairment, le