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Government plans to double free childcare ‘won’t go far enough’ to help families with disabled children access childcare, a group of charities has warned.

A three-year project aims to make it easier for early years practitioners to support children with special educational needs and disabilities.

A new report calls for more support for siblings of disabled children.

Nurseries are invited to take part in a new interactive campaign to educate those in their care about the challenges deaf children face.

There is mounting evidence of a correlation between young children's balance and co-ordination and how well they do at school.

National deafblind charity Sense has launched a public inquiry into the provision of play opportunities for children from birth to five with multiple needs.

Nearly 1,000 nursery and reception children were temporarily excluded from school last year.

Mayor of London Boris Johnson is backing the launch of a space hopper campaign to raise funds in aid of disabled children.

Findings from new research may shed light on why children with autism experience sensory overload.

Early years providers across the country are facing a 'postcode lottery' with local authority funding for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in their care.

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