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The team around the child

Peter Limbrick

The team around the child

multi-agency service coordination for children with complex needs and their families : a manual for service development

by Peter Limbrick

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Published by Interconnections in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementPeter Limbrick.
The Physical Object
Pagination39p. ;
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19004304M
ISBN 100954097602
OCLC/WorldCa123281450

This game involves using a picture book called “Zoom” by Istvan Banyai. The book begins with an up-close photo of a rooster. On the next page, it zooms out and you see two children watching the rooster. As you go through the book, you continue to gather a broader perspective of the overall narrative. Reading is a great way to promote team cohesion AND learning. You can choose to do a team book club with a fun fiction book or assign the team to read a professional development book on a skill that will help with their work. Even better — let each team member rotate picking the book for the month.

Louise contributed to a specialist family law book ‘Capacity to Change’ outlining what needs to be considered for traumatized children and their lives in school. More recently Louise has written the ‘ Attachment Aware Schools Series – Bridging the gap for troubled pupils’ to support schools to create effective small teams around.   Encouraging your kids to read early in life is extremely important for them to develop the habit of recreational reading or information perusal all by themselves. By inculcating the same using various games revolving around reading and organising a few activities, the concept of reading books and enjoying them won’t be a novelty anymore. Read on to know more.

  Beach Ball Team Building - Use a large beach ball to write questions that can be tossed around the group. If you have new teachers in your group, write questions for them in one color — asking about what they hope for their first year of teaching, what they are most nervous about or other get-to-know-you questions. Allowing everyone an uninterrupted turn to speak at the very least, will allow people in your team to feel listened to. Kline argues that running a meeting based around these principles ‘ produces better ideas in less time, provides the participants with the courage .


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The team around the child: multi-agency working in the early years /​ edited by Iram Siraj-Blatchford, Karen Clarke and Martin Needham. Team Around The Child (TAC) / Team Around The Family (TAF) Purpose: To bring together different agencies into one meeting where there are concerns about a child or a family identified within a Common Assessment Framework (CAF) – but not enough for statutory intervention – to source support services and agree an Action Plan for implementation.

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