Identifying Special Needs in the Early Years

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SAGE, Mar 18, 2007 - Education - 112 pages
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With increasing expectations from parents and practitioners for inclusive early years settings, many practitioners are anxious about identifying and accommodating children's individual needs as early as possible.

Through simple step-by-step instruction, this book will:

o increase practitioners' confidence in identifying individual needs;

o give practical advice on involving parents;

o provide clear links to existing guidance and legislation.

This is a valuable guide for practitioners in all early years settings including Day Nurseries, Pre-schools, Children's Centres, Nursery Schools and infant schools.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
13
Chapter 3
28
Chapter 4
38
Chapter 5
51
Chapter 6
63
Chapter 7
76
Chapter 8
87
Useful Websites
97
Bibliography
98
Index
99
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About the author (2007)

Kay Mathieson is Inclusion and SEN Team Manager for an EYDCP (Early Years Development and Childcare Partnership).

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