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A Model For Early Years Family Intervention Supports

A model for Early Years family intervention supports for children with global developmental delay/ emerging learning disabilities in Wales: professional system considerations. Dr Emma Johnston My career as a Clinical Psychologist has spanned over 20 years and has been in supporting children with learning disabilities and their families. Over four years ago I took up a post to work with children under 5 with Global ...
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Planning your Child’s Future: Transitioning from Child to Adult

Planning your Child’s Future: Transitioning from Child to Adult The days are long, but the years are short. Words that I never truly understood until my daughter arrived. They will always be our children, but in a flash, they become teenagers and then young adults. We can never start planning for our children’s future and their transition from child to young adult too early. As ...
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Watch Me Play!

Are you interested in taking part in a Watch Me Play! study? Watch Me Play! is a programme for parents of young children. Watch Me Play! involves the parent watching their child play for about 20 minutes, a couple of times a week. The programme was initially developed for children in care to strengthen the relationship between carer and child, and support children in growing ...
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Louise takes on Marathon Challenge for Cerebra

Louise Astill, a solicitor from CL Medilaw, a firm specialising in medical negligence and serious injuries, is gearing up to take on her biggest challenge to date, running the London Marathon on 3rd October in support of Cerebra. The London Marathon is a 26.2 mile feat around the streets of London, totalling an eye watering 55,000 steps or the equivalent of running her commute from ...
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Back to Basics: Parent Child Relationships in Families with Children who have Typical and Atypical Development

Professor Carlo Schuengel opened his CEDAR seminar series talk by reflecting on the pandemic and what a special time it is to be talking about relationships. It has shown us how we as humans are affected when relationships are as constrained as they have been this past year and has highlighted the undeniable importance of relationship quality on wellbeing. The central focus of the talk ...
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Terms and Conditions

If you are obtaining your place through Cerebra… This event is hosted or organised by a third-party event organiser, London Landmarks Ltd and Great Runs Ltd. We will share necessary information from that which you have provided in the registration form with the event organiser to assist them with planning, operating and managing this event. The event organiser will request additional personal information from you ...
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Teddy is Going Places with his Oxy-gem!

Teddy was born healthy and well, although he suffered with what we thought was terrible reflux. When he was a year old I noticed he wasn’t breathing correctly, our local hospital couldn’t work out what was wrong and he was referred to a specialist team in London. After many tests a CT scan revealed that he had a very rare form of children’s interstitial lung ...
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Cerebra awarded Association of Medical Research Charities membership

Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) - Cerebra Membership The Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) is a membership organisation dedicated to supporting medical research charities in saving and improving lives through research and innovation. Importantly, AMRC ensures that member charities fund the best research by developing guides, providing advice and training, and carrying out an audit of their funding processes. In addition, AMRC brings ...
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Wales: Code of Practice on the Delivery of Autism Services

The Welsh Government has issued a Code of Practice on the Delivery of Autism Services (CoP) and accompanying supporting guidance (the Guidance). The CoP will be implemented from September 2021 and importantly applies to all age groups. It is aimed at: autistic people, including those with other co-existing conditions providers of social care and health support for autistic people and their families and/or carers practitioners ...
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