C4EO has publishing and will regularly update a range of resources on Disability.
For a more detailed description of each type of resource, see
Our services .
The Disability summary is a concise and accessible overview of C4EO’s current
work in this theme for directors of children’s services.
The following resources are now available on Disability:
Improving the wellbeing of disabled children (up to the age of eight) and their
families through increasing the quality and range of early interventions
Improving the wellbeing of disabled children and young people through improving
access to positive activities: extended services, youth work, inclusive play and
leisure opportunities, sports and the arts.
Ensuring all disabled children and young people and their families receive services
which are sufficiently differentiated to meet their diverse needs.
Managing behaviour and sleep problems in disabled children: An investigation into the effectiveness and costs of parent-training interventions.
Disabled children, and particularly those with learning disabilities and/or autistic spectrum conditions (ASC), are more likely to have problems with their sleep or behaviour than non-disabled children.
- Full publication (link to Department of Education web site)