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Report Argues for 'Big Bet' on Early Childhood Development
The report focuses on two research-centered strategies. Firslty on supporting greater understanding of how to effectively link early childhood development diagnostics with the right suite of programs, services, and interventions. Secondly on seeding the market for technology-enabled tools that can increase effectiveness of adult-child interactions.
Rethinking Early Childhood Intervention Services: Implications for Policy and Practice
Drawing on a recent major literature review of early childhood intervention services, this paper examines the aims and rationale for early childhood intervention services, and what is known about effective practice.
RRCP Key Principles of Early Intervention and Effective Practices
This document provides a crosswalk that illustrates effective early intervention practices and relevant statements from disciplines providing early intervention services. It highlights how position statements, resources and literature of various professions working in early intervention supports the early intervention key principles and reflects how these professions’ services align with high quality early intervention practices.
Study of Early Education and Development (SEED): Meeting the Needs of Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in the Early Years
This report presents the findings of a qualitative study exploring the experiences of children aged three to four with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) attending group early years settings, undertaken as part of the Study of Early Education and Development (SEED).
The Cost of Late Intervention: EIF Analysis of 2016
This technical report accompanies the EIF report: The cost of late intervention: EIF analysis 2016.1 That report provides updated estimates of how much is spent by the state in England and Wales each year in the short‐run on ‘late intervention’: a range of acute or statutory services that are required when children and young people experience significant difficulties in life, as well as other support they may draw upon such as welfare benefits.
The Science of Early Childhood Development
This paper presents a unified framework that can guide priorities for science-based early childhood policies and practices that are grounded in a combination of cutting-edge neuroscience, developmental-behavioral research, and program evaluation in order to inform both public and private sector investment in young children and their families.
The Tunyogi Game Therapy
The TUNYOGI GAME THERAPY (TGT) is an early intervention program for infants and children with damaged central nervous systems and genetic disorders. It is applied by the therapists in close cooperation with the parents. This multidisciplinary method builds on a medical, pedagogical and psychological knowledgebase.
UNESCO Investing Against Evidence-A Global State of Early Childhood Care and Education
Early childhood care and education (ECCE) is unambiguously a key concern for education stakeholders. It is a critical starting point in realizing equitable, quality education and lifelong learning – an aspiration framing the post-2015 global education agenda. This book features these and other lessons from research and experience from different continents. Its thematic orientation addressing investment rationales, equity and quality reflects that of the World Conference on ECCE.
WHO and UNICEF Early Childhood Development and Disability-Discussion Paper
This discussion paper provides a brief overview of issues pertaining to early childhood development (ECD) and disability. It lays the foundation for a long-term strategic and collaborative process aimed at improving the developmental outcomes, participation and protection of young children with disabilities.