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Winner: London Network of Men in Childcare, London Early Years Foundation.

Health and social care professionals should be trained to focus on meeting the individual needs of children and young people with autism and their families, according to new clinical guidelines.

More than 400 special educational needs teachers and support staff have been awarded scholarships worth thousands of pounds to develop their specialist knowledge and skills.

The early years sector has united amid growing concerns about the number of childcare settings being downgraded by Ofsted.

The mother of two profoundly deaf daughters is campaigning for signing to become mandatory in the early years curriculum.

Parental concerns and a lack of accessible facilities continue to prevent disabled children from playing inclusively, according to a new survey by the charity Kids.

Dr Katherine Runswick-Cole is a senior research fellow in disability studies and psychology, at the Research Institute for Health and Social Change, Manchester Metropolitan University.

A petition that urges the Education Secretary Michael Gove not to get rid of teaching assistants has gained more than 60,000 signatures.

Dr Katherine Runswick-Cole looks at the implications of Drummer Lee Rigby's murder

With the number of young carers on the rise, high levels of professional understanding and quality support are crucial. Annette Rawstrone reports.