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This page will be updated with the latest industry news and policy updates for psychology, health and education professionals. We will regularly update this page with relevant information and news.

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March 2017

Bercow: Ten Years On: A national independent review being led by I CAN and the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapist. 

After ten years, the Bercow: Ten Years on review provides an opportunity for much needed reflection on the SLCN sector, exploring the sector’s journey since the original review and recommendations. The report will provide information about the current landscape for children and young people with SLCN, making recommendations for future action to ensure their needs are a high priority for the new government.

Read more on I CAN website >

 

College of Occupational Therapists to become Royal College of Occupational Therapists. 

Read more on COT website >

 

January 2017

 

Government plans to strengthen links between Education and Health institutions to tackle mental health amongst young people. 

Read more on BBC website >

 

March 2016

Early intervention Foundation report on parental relationships and outcomes for children.

The Early Intervention Foundation has recently published: ‘What works to enhance inter-parental relationships and improve outcomes for children?’ 

 

January 2016

Minister Edward Timpson announces £80 million to extend opportunities to children with special educational needs and disabilities.

Read more on Gov.UK website >


PACEY sets out vision for developing the early years workforce.

Read more on the PACEY website >

 

Mindfulness: the craze sweeping through schools is now at a university near you.

Read more on the Guardian website >

 

 

  

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