Learning from Disabled Children – How Early Childhood Professionals Can Help

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Learning from Disabled Children. By Tim Kahn This article on Learning from Disabled Children is written from a UK perspective. Some terminology may not be commonplace in New Zealand but should still be apparent from the context. Disabled, but not […]
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