Co-ordinating special educational needs: a guide for the early years
This is an introduction to special needs for all early years practitioners, and will prove an invaluable resource for SENCOs. Damien Fitzgerald provides readers with an overview of the special needs process and provides helpful hints and strategies for co-ordinating the different aspects of special needs within early years settings.
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The Role of the SENCO
Working with Parents
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