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Childcarers should be alert to the symptoms of a severe allergic reaction and know how a child at risk can be prepared to deal with it.

Families with disabled children have long struggled for access to support and inclusive services, but that should soon change under a new policy outlined by Kelly Hunt and Neil de Reybekill.

Childcarers should know what to do if a child has an epileptic seizure, whether it is the first time or predictable. WellChild Helpline offers advice.

Early years practitioners may need to learn how to manage the diabetic condition of a child in their care. Ruth Thomson reports.

What can early years practitioners do to support a young child whose exceptional abilities may bring problems? Elaine Hook offers advice.

Young children are not being taught properly how to care for their teeth, with potentially serious consequences. Ruth Thomson reports.

Childcarers need to be well aware of symptoms of asthma in children and how to treat them. WellChild Helpline provides essential advice.

Children who stammer will have their say in new information DVDs for the school workforce and special needs professionals, as Ruth Thomson finds out.

While children will squabble from time to time, they are usually practising negotiating techniques. The skill for adults is to know when to step in or step back and let them get on with it, explains Anne O'Connor.

What has been done in the past ten years to implement children's right to be consulted for their views? Professor Priscilla Alderson looks back.