Categories Archives: SEN

Worried about your child's mental health?

Posted by iChild, June 29, 2018 3:06 PM
Article Excerpt Image We are proud be permitted to share this blog by Place2Be, a leading children's mental health charity providing school-based support and in-depth training programmes to improve the emotional wellbeing of pupils, families, teachers and school staff. Even children of primary school age can suffer from mental health issues. This article shares the benefit of Place2Be's extensive experience to help us support our children.

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Working with a slow talker

Posted by iChild, January 17, 2018 1:09 PM
Article Excerpt Image By blogger, "The Next Best Thing to Mummy", who was a childminder for 14 years until ill health forced her to give up. She has been employed as a preschool development worker and by the children’s centre as a support childminder. She has looked after a range of different children. Here she shares her experience in caring for children with a speech delay or disorder.

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Working with a Down Syndrome child

Posted by iChild, September 13, 2017 10:42 AM
Article Excerpt Image By blogger, "The Next Best Thing to Mummy". She is a mum, step mum and grandparent, who worked as a childminder for 14 years, until ill health forced her to give up. She has been employed as a preschool development worker and by the children’s centre as a support childminder. She has great experience in caring for a range of different children.

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Using the Five Point Scale to manage emotions

Posted by iChild, August 09, 2017 2:36 PM
Article Excerpt Image Blogger, Mummy Times Two, has a nine year old daughter on the Autism spectrum. She is also an Autism Specialist Teacher. In this post she shares a useful technique for managing children's emotions.

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Caring for a child in a wheelchair

Posted by iChild, June 28, 2017 5:35 PM
Article Excerpt Image By blogger, "The Next Best Thing to Mummy". She is a mum, step mum and grandparent, who worked as a childminder for 14 years, until ill health forced her to give up. She has been employed as a preschool development worker and by the children’s centre as a support childminder. She has great experience in caring for a range of different children.

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Five things I wish I had known on diagnosis day

Posted by iChild, March 15, 2017 2:18 PM
Article Excerpt Image Blogger, Mummy Times Two, has a nine year old daughter on the Autism spectrum. She is also an Autism Specialist Teacher. In this post, she shares her experience caring for her daughter, and what she has learnt throughout the years.

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