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

A staff development project has been improving support for families affected by substance misuse. Ruth Thomson takes a closer look.

Head teacher Barbara Kenny explains how Persona Doll Training has had a big impact on promoting inclusion and well-being in her nursery

Children's radio campaigner Susan Stranks warns that the BBC could exclude some children with its focus on new technology

Birthdays and celebrations provide a challenge when it comes to healthy eating. Nicole Weinstein considers how to get the balance right.

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.

What are the signs of developmental co-ordination disorder, and how can we help children who have it? Dyspraxia Foundation chair Michele Lee explains.

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.