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...
Exploring Play and the Nature of Play
“Now in myth and ritual the great instinctive forces of civilized life have their origin: law and order,...
Children with Autism and Social Interaction
The Autistic spectrum represents a vast range of skills and traits and cannot be looked at in a...
Risky Play – The Balance Between Caution & Hazard
“I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning to sail my ship.” ― Louisa May Alcott...
The Changing Face of Continued Personal & Professional Development
Kathy Brodie is a well known and respected influential childcare author. Here she gives her views on the...
A Modern Paranoia: Perspectives on Risk
“A ship is always safe at the shore – but that is NOT what it is built for.”...
Helping Children to Cope with Stress and Change
We all want the children in our care to be happy at all times, but unfortunately, there will...
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