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23 October 2007
A government-backed review has called on children's professionals to give their views on specialist provision for children with speech, language and communications needs.
A culture of joint working between health and children's services needs to be established, according to Children's Secretary Ed Balls.
By Alison Bennett |
16 October 2007
Young people want real-life examples of the dangers of drugs to be a major part of drugs education.
Extended school services in Shropshire have received a boost in the form of funding for more school nurses.
By Sarah Cooper |
The Every Child Matters outcomes need to be changed to take account of disabled children's ability to achieve them, a study has concluded.
Increased workloads are making health visitors more stressed and demoralised, a health visitors' union has said.
The Welsh Assembly Government has announced 60,000 of funding to help develop a policy on autism for Wales.
A review into services for children and young people with speech, language and communication needs is to examine how early intervention can lead to improved services.
09 October 2007
Short healthy eating lessons have no long-term impact on childhood obesity levels, a study has found.
By Cathy Wallace |
A trial using ID cards to help make criminal record checks on people who want to work with children and young people has been hailed a success by the government.
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