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Nurseries, childminding groups and pre-schools are invited to register and get involved in I CAN's Chatterbox Challenge, running early next year.

A new report is calling on the Government to embed child health as an NHS priority in light of concerns that disabled children's needs will not be met through planned changes to the health service.

Parents of disabled children struggle to find suitable childcare for their children in the holidays, a survey reveals.

Twenty pathfinders will trial proposals to support children with special educational needs and disabilities.

Katy Morton talks to Alison Clark about this highly-rated approach to listening to young children

Daphne Chapman, SENCO at Fledgelings nursery in Ramsgate, Kent

The National eCAF system which allows practitioners to electronically create, store and share a child's details under the Common Assessment Framework, could be scrapped if local councils do not respond positively to a letter from the DfE questioning its effectiveness.

Children who have older siblings with autism have a one in five chance of developing the disorder, according to a new study.

The Hello campaign, the national year of communication, is inviting early years practitioners to enter their Shine a Light 2011 awards, which recognise the exemplary work of individuals and teams in supporting children's communication.

Nurture groups make a big difference to the behaviour and social skills of children who might otherwise be at risk of exclusion, says an Ofsted report.