October, 2009

In This Issue: October 2009

“You’ll Never Believe it!”

by Dr Keith J. White

The joy of arriving after a long hard journey

Adoption - A Mother’s Story : Part 4

The fourth part of a personal account of becoming an adoptive parent

Beyond Caring: Chapter 3

by A.J. Stone

Is there a future for a boy with a past?

A Carer

by Jen Kilyon

Realities, not labels

The Art and Science of Child Protection

by Chris Durkin

Success demands negotiation, feelings, relationships and a knowledge base.

Namibia Journey

by Isla Mitchell

The mutual benefits of offering help to people in other countries

Editorial : To Vet or Not to Vet?

The need to check for abusers

New Work on the Sociology of Childhood

by the BSA Childhood Study Group

A Conference Report on EYPS, children’s books and disability, ADHD, children’s achievements, loving relationships, gifted children, and twins

Telling the World about Social Pedagogy

by Benny Andersen, President of AIEJI

Pass on the Copenhagen Declaration on Worldwide Social Pedagogy Day.

News Views

Including ASPECT and social pedagogy, NCMA, nursery provision in Scotland, Voice and mobile phones, and running away.

‘Young Children in Brief Separation’ by James and Joyce Robertson

Digest by Robert Shaw

Lessons about what does - and does not - damage children

‘Residential Management as Treatment for Difficult Children’ by Donald W Winnicott and Clare Britton

Digest by Robert Shaw

Research lessons learnt from residential child care practice