Young people now lead almost seamless online and offline lives16 May 2014,
We may not be able to enable our children to reclaim the childhood of our youth but we do now need to stop and take stock to ensure that we are doing all we can to ensure that our children can navigate the world they live in now.
Having a child with Downs Syndrome has taught what is important in life7 April 2014, Guest Blogger
Holly Rorke, mother of Wilby, shares how her son's arrival has enriched her life and the importance of celebrating diversity.
Parenting, child protection and the case of Daniel Pelka24 September 2013,
The tragic death of Daniel Pelka rests at the hands of no other than his mother and step-father
Flashback to the 70's28 May 2013,
Four decades ago, people with learning disabilities were not as visible in public life as they are now - but some things still haven't changed...
Ten tips for parents with a child with a learning disability21 February 2013, Guest Blogger
Hayley Goleniowska, author of award-winning blog DownsSideUp.com offers tips to parents of a child with a learning disability.
Managing Anger and Learning Parenting Skills3 November 2012, Guest Blogger
Alexa is 17 and attends our Young Mums’ Support Group. Her daughter Ruby is 15 months old. She received little help during her pregnancy and has struggled with mental health problems - particularly anger management. Becoming pregnant caused her a lot of anxiety heightened by practical insecurities.
Recognising fathers: Need2Know briefing1 June 2009
Need2Know briefing for policy makers, commissioners and services on the Recognising Fathers project which aimed to gain an understanding of the issues facing fathers of young children with learning disabilities.
Recognising fathers: presentation from IASSID 2008 conference1 May 2008
The presentation by Christine Towers from the IASSID Conference 2008 about the Recognising Fathers Project, including an overview of how the research was conducted, results, and trends in policy and practice.
Lets not forget about fathers1 May 2007
A Learning Disability Today issue about the findings of the Recognising Fathers report which showed that Fathers are often very involved in their children's support but are often marginalised by practitioners.
Recognising fathers booklet1 October 2006
The Recognising Fathers project aimed to gain an understanding of the issues facing fathers of young children with learning disabilities.