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The revamped Mencap Children’s Centre in Northern Ireland provides a range of essential specialist learning disability services. By Karen Faux
How one mainstream setting has adapted to care for a boy with cerebral palsy, with rewarding results for all parties. By Hannah McCormack
Local government cuts have stranded children with learning disabilities without effective access to services during the school holidays, according to a survey by charity Mencap.
Identifying young children with special educational needs and disabilities has changed, but challenges remain. Charlotte Goddard reports
Delay in language development can negatively impact emotional well-being and relationship-building. Jo Parkes discovers how one nursery school is helping children to overcome it
National sight loss and disability charity SeeAbility is calling for a national sight test programme for disabled children.
Ten years on from newborn screening, new research shows that deaf babies and toddlers still struggle to get the right help in their pre-school years.
Parents of SEN children are still struggling after recent reforms, reports Charlotte Goddard
Children's author Melanie Walsh explains why she has created a new super hero character for three-year-olds
Changes to the way children with special educational needs and disabilities are funded in early years settings and schools have been put out for consultation, as part of wider reforms to schools funding.
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