30 Sep 2018, Hannah Crown
This book attempts to fill the void left by the lack of training for practitioners for toddlers. It starts with definitions and international context of well-being, incorporating ideas such as Leuven and SSTEW scales, and the toddler’s well-being framework. It then sets out practical guidance on key factors such as home, family, health, development and learning, voice and expressions, early language, and meals. These factors are supported with case studies and examples of good practice from Norway, Spain and the UK, and are expanded upon with reflective thinking exercises and suggested strategies to implement.