Subtitle: How to create inclusive services for disabled children and their families- Second edition
Mary Dickins with Judy Denziloe
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The second edition of All Together promotes the ideals and principles of inclusion in the care and education of young disabled children, and reminds readers that disabled children are children first, sharing the same needs and desires as all children.
It provides early years professionals with information about the current legislative requirements and their implications, and gives practical advice on how to create an inclusive early years setting. All Together encourages early years professionals to examine their attitudes and assumptions, and to develop inclusive policies that are meaningful and comprehensive.
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