Disability and Inclusion: Making Outdoor Play Accessible
The outdoors is a special playing and learning environment for all children: a place of unrestricted choice of...
Strategies to Help Relieve Back to School Anxiety
Relieving Back to School Anxiety Sending your child off to school for the first time is a challenging...
How to Create an Autism Friendly Nursery
Autism friendly nurseries are vital Parents of special needs children need regular respite, to work, go to the...
Outdoor Landscapes: An Interactive Learning Environment
For early years children, the outdoor environment appears permanent yet flexible, reassuringly familiar yet brimming over with exciting...
Signs of Asperger Syndrome in Children
Children with Asperger Syndrome Asperger Syndrome is an Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), but it presents differently to the common...
Free Early Years Web Summit
Early Years practitioners can now join a free, online conference with top experts, from the comfort of their...
Understanding How Children With Autism See The world
Ahyla and her daughter both have Autism – here she describes how someone with the condition sees the...
Playworker: The Adult Role in Outdoor Play and Learning
“Play is not an easy game.” ― Helen Bilton, author and Associate Professor, University of Reading For many,...
Special, Disabled or Just Unique? Language can be Important, but Attitude is Everything.
Adrian Voce OBE, is a writer, consultant and campaigner specialising in policy, planning and funding for children’s play. Here he...
Helping Children with Autism to Cope with Anxiety
Social interactions govern every community around the world, playing a huge role in daily life. Autistic people process...
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