Monday, September 25, 2017
Frontline Issue 67
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Reviewed by Suzanne Bennett, Quality coordinator/staff trainer in Personal Outcomes, and Staff of Glenvale & Hall Lodge Sunbeam House Services, County Wicklow.

Creative Conversations consists of a video and a booklet. The video shows four separate sessions of carers being guided by Phoebe Caldwell to use...

Reviewed by Eimear Lyons, Sisters of Charity of Jesus and Mary Services, Mullingar.

Homespun remedies is a book aimed at parents and carers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs). It offers sensible and practical strategies for...

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Loyal Frontline readers will remember the many poignant articles written by Máiríde Woods who was on the Editorial Board for many years and who now works as Advocacy Executive in Comhairle. Máiríde's daughter Aoife died in the spring of 2001. These poems illustrate the power and endurance of Aoife's life and her ability to inspire. Taken from The lost roundness of the world, by Máiríde Woods 2006 Dublin, Astrolabe Press (PO Box 9837, Dublin 8) €12.00- Available from good bookshops.

The Weirdness of Dead Infantas There is a shrouded space beside me that people leave free; not wanting to intrude or get too close; grief’s easier in...

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by Michele Savage, Coordinator and Spokesperson Fetal Alcohol Support Ireland

The following consensus statement on terminology reflecting the range and degree of effects arising from prenatal exposure to alcohol was issued in April 2004...

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A keynote presentation for a conference on Alliances, Leadership And Change, hosted by The National Institute for the Study of Learning Difficulties, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, 25-26 November 2005 by Michael J. Kendrick, PhD, Kendrick Consulting Intl

Change and individual action It is difficult to accomplish change simply on the basis of one person’s efforts. This is because change is a profoundly...