IJBPE - Vol 9 Issue 3


Supporting the parents who deserve extra support
Mary Nolan, Editor-in-Chief


Vision Australia
Lara Anderson

The Elizabeth Foundation for Preschool Deaf Children: Meeting the changing needs of families
Julie Hughes, Chief Executive at The Elizabeth Foundation for Deaf Children

The prison pipeline: Why early intervention is the best solution
Ian Lambie, Professor in Clinical Psychology at the University of Auckland, New Zealand Chief Science Adviser for the Justice Sector, New Zealand

Promoting positive parenting and attachment in families raising a young child with a visual or visual-and- intellectual disability
Paula S. Sterkenburg, Department of Clinical Child and Family Studies and Amsterdam Public Health Research Institute, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam; Bartiméus, Doorn, The Netherlands, Ellen van den Broek, Royal Dutch Visio, Huizen, The Netherlands, Ans van Eijden, Royal Dutch Visio, Huizen, The Netherlands

Seeing the problem: Understanding vision as the first step in providing support
Rachel Pilling, Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK; Professor of Learning Disability and Special Needs Eye Care, University of Bradford, UK

Understanding the lived experience of parents with a child who has Down syndrome: What kind of care do parents want?
Nicola Enoch, Trustee, Positive about Down Syndrome, UK

Getting it right from the start... What makes good support for families of deaf children?
Julie Hughes, Chief Executive, The Elizabeth Foundation for Preschool Deaf Children & their Families, UK

Supporting families and young deaf children with a bimodal bilingual approach
Katherine Rowley, Kristin Snoddon, Rachel O’Neill

Does early identification and early intervention for autism work? Joseph Mintz

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