Cerebral palsy

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By Dr Hannah MortimerEducational Psychologist

Advice for including children with physical difficulties within the EYFS

Child with cerebral palsy


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  1. A unique child
  2. More about cerebral palsy
  3. Positive relationships
  4. Enabling environments
  5. Learning and Development
  6. Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  7. Communication, Language and Literacy
  8. Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy
  9. Knowledge and Understanding of the World
  10. Physical Development
  11. Creative Development
  12. Meet Daniel
  13. Useful resources

If all children are to be included in the EYFS, we need to make sure that everything on offer is accessible for those who have physical difficulties. Here are some ideas for including a pupil who is significantly affected by cerebral palsy.


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1. A unique child

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