Early support bringing together health, education and social care into a whole approach
“Dear Peter, I was delighted to hear from you and to receive your latest book. I am impressed with how active you have been in publishing your ideas.
"I really like your whole approach, particularly the Three Pillars of Support. Your sensitive discussion about the negative states of mind is so well written. I am sure your positive suggestions will be appreciated by your readers.”
- Sophie Levitt*, Consultant Paediatric Physiotherapist, London.
Honorary Member of the Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists.
“Bringing up Babies and Young Children who have very special needs is essential reading for all practitioners across the agencies who work with families of infants and very young children with complex needs.
"Peter Limbrick encourages us to reflect and refocus on key values in a clear and practical way by keeping the needs of the infant/young child and their family very much at the centre whilst looking to address the systemic challenges this brings.
"It has certainly inspired my joint practice with multi-professional colleagues and has made/is making a difference.”
- Alison Gardner**, MA(Hons), PGCE, MEd, MSc (AFBPsS, C. Psychol). Specialist Senior Educational Psychologist - Early Years. Northamptonshire County Council
* Sophie Levitt is author of Basic Abilities – a whole approach: A developmental guide for children with disabilities. 1994. Copies available on Amazon (and a few from Interconnections).
** Alison Gardner and Peter Limbrick are coming together for the Early Childhood Intervention without Tears seminar in Northampton in June this year.
The book Limbrick, P. (2019) Bringing up babies who have very special needs: A 21st century guide for parents, students and new practitioners. Clifford: Interconnections. Sample pages here.