Person-centred reviews (PCRs) can enable children with special needs -- even very young children -- to be equal partners in the team that determines what support they need and how it should be carried out. With its critical psychology perspective, and informed by an extensive empirical research study with children, young people and their families, the book illustrates how the process can secure optimal outcomes for each young person requiring support. It presents case studies and evidence-based insights, and provides practical resources for use when running PCRs in education, social care and healthcare settings. Contains an index.
|Number of pages||148|
|Publication status||Published - 15 Oct 2018|