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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.

How does the integrated review combine the Progress Check, Ages & Stages and the Healthy Child Review, and what do the different perspectives bring to the table? Dr Kay Mathieson explains

Delivering Budget 2016, Ireland’s ministers announced €85m in new childcare funding to improve the country’s provision.

Reviewing record-keeping processes with special educational needs in mind can help practitioners better support all children, says Dr Kay Mathieson.

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

Early years practitioners know that part of their job is reducing the disadvantage gap. But what do they really think of poor children? Dr Donald Simpson, who has led a two-year study into practitioners'perceptions of poverty, reports.

A year on from the introduction of new Special Educational Needs reforms, and parents of autistic children are still having to battle to get the right support, a charity warns.

Children are waiting more than three and half years for an autism diagnosis, pushing families to breaking point, warns a national charity.

This course will help delegates to meet new demands for SEND in the early years. It will cover: The SEND Code of Practice; Ofsted inspection; Early Years Pupil Premium....