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Parents said the recent video about learning disabilities by WWCIH is
‘really helpful, recognisable and empowering’
This video helps children with learning disabilities and their parents with information, which can help to reduce anxiety
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From their website: Black Mental Health UK (BMH UK) was established in 2006 to raise awareness and address the stigma associated with mental illness.
The aim of our work is to see a reduction in the inequalities in the treatment and care of people from African Caribbean communities who use mental he
From Encyclopedia of Child Development website: In recent years, a lot of new information has emerged on epigenetics that allows us to better understand how developmental trajectories can be either adaptive or maladaptive.
Experiences and environmental exposures act on genes like a dimmer switch to
From Equals: Equals is extremely pleased to announce the availability of the first four Schemes of Work within its brand new Semi-Formal Curriculum specifically designed and written for learners of all ages with severe learning diffic
In their own words: Simple Stuff Works Associates Ltd is a family run organisation with a passion for protection of body shape. We are driven by our core family values of compassion, trust and dignity.
As an approved provider of accredited training we have worked with the Open College Network West M
Peter Limbrick writes: I would like to hear from people in European countries who are offering TAC early intervention to disabled babies and young children and their families.
Whether or not your work is called TAC, the principles I am interested in are –
- The child is treated as a whole child.