What is the best way to promote early child and family support in a city, region or country?

Part 1: Problems with the top-down approach

Preamble

This essay concerns babies and pre-school children who have conditions that can present significant obstacles to their development and learning. A child might have a single condition (with a single diagnosis) or a multifaceted condition (with two

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Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. SECOND PRINCIPLE: ‘Parents are fully involved in their child’s TAC. Work begins with an agreement between practitioners and parents'. Translate this article if you wish

This series of short essays is intended as an introduction to TAC or as a refresher course for everyone around babies and infants who need special support for their development and learning. The article can be translated for use in newsletters, networks and websites in any country

 

SECOND PRIN

Read more: Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. SECOND PRINCIPLE: ‘Parents are fully involved in their child’s TAC. Work begins with an agreement between practitioners and parents'. Translate this article if you wish

Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. FIRST PRINCIPLE: 'People around the child should talk to each other'. Translate this article if you wish

This series of short essays is intended as an introduction to TAC or as a refresher course for everyone around babies and infants who need special support for their development and learning. The article can be translated for use in newsletters, networks and websites in any country

 

First Princ

Read more: Team Around the Child (TAC) Principles. FIRST PRINCIPLE: 'People around the child should talk to each other'. Translate this article if you wish

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