Prosody is the pitch and tone of the human voice. It is the very essence of connection. Our blog hosts articles and stories dedicated to innovation, research and practice with children and young people.
Developmental Trauma Informed Maps… Why do we need them?
What is a Developmental Trauma Informed Map? This grandly titled document actually asks participants to articulate the core messages of this body of knowledge and think about how it can underpin practice on a daily basis. Marina Dickson explains more...Read More
Child Centred Practice Part 4
In this, the fourth article in our series, we will look at why an understanding of child development is important to organisations aiming to be child centred in their delivery.Read More
Child Centred Practice – Part 3
In today’s post, the third in our series on Child Centred Practice, we will look at what it means not only to listen to children but also to prioritise the voice of the child.Read More
What does it mean to be Child Centred? Part 2
This post is the second in our series looking at Child Centred Practice, exploring the first of four principles of child centred practice that can inform policies, processes and actions: Recognising Critical Timeframes.Read More