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Further Reading

Further Reading

General Resources 

Below are resources related to AIM and the area of disability for parents, providers and those interested in the area of childcare.

City and County Childcare Committees (CCCs)

City and County Childcare Committees, or CCC’s for short, are a Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth funded support for parents and childcare providers. CCC’s can offer assistance with finding a suitable pre-school for your child, give advice and information about various schemes and programmes on offer. CCC’s also provide training for both parents and childcare workers.

To find your local CCC visit

Information On Disability Supports

Below are links to websites where you can find quality information about supporting children with disabilities accessing pre-school and beyond. You will also find information on schemes and grants specifically for disabilities.

Some of the organisations that help us deliver AIM

Below are some links to AIM related organisations where you can find fantastic information on disability, childcare and education.

Toolkit For Inclusive Early Childhood Education and Care- European Commission

This document explores how decision-makers can foster inclusive systems and settings through a range of policy measures which benefit all children. The documnt can be found here: Toolkit For Inclusive Early Childhood Education and Care

Resources for Home Play and Learning

On this page you will find useful information on learning and play you can do with your child at home!

1. Sharing Stories with your Child

Sharing books with your toddler has many benefits. It helps children to develop listening and attention skills and hear lots of words. This helps children to understand the meaning of words and, eventually, to say these words themselves! You can download some useful help sheets from the links below.

2. Sensory Training

Sensory Processing is the ability of the brain to take in, sort out and process information from the world around us. Children may find sensory processing difficult.

The link below shows some tips on everyday things you might find useful to help your child.

3. Communication

4. Play at home