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A children's centre serving one of the UK's toughest estates is taking proactive steps to survive the coming spending review, says Melanie Defries.

Summer-born children are more likely to be diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a study has warned, raising fears that the condition is routinely being misdiagnosed.

Sure Start services should be reserved for the most disadvantaged families, Prime Minister David Cameron has said, while criticising the 'sharp-elbowed' middle classes for using them.

The Government's plans to ask charities and independent organisations to run Sure Start children's centres could fall flat if local authorities make drastic cuts to their funding, experts from the voluntary sector have warned.

Early years settings in the London Borough of Westminster have been told they are facing immediate cuts to funding aimed at helping disadvantaged children.

Autism can be detected by the unique noises babies make, a new study has found.

Early years practitioners have an important role in leading children to a more equal society, say Helen Watson, Wilayat Razaq and Jane Lane.

A Green Paper on special educational needs and the lives of disabled children is to be published this autumn, children's minister Sarah Teather has announced.

Will plans for social workers taking a different approach to child protection reduce the chances of serious abuse cases occurring? Mary Evans hears from sector experts.

A new resource aims to help practitioners promote the safety and well-being of children in black and minority ethnic groups.

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