Learn more about the WHO’s International Classification of Functioning, Health and Disability (2001) (the ICF), F-words and ‘Non-categorical’ thinking about childhood disability.

Content feature Family-centred service (FCS), Communicating with Families, (including ‘Truth disclosure’ (aka ‘telling bad news’), and developing approaches to goal-setting.

Learn more about classification systems that capture gross motor function,  manual abilities, communicative functioning, and more.

Materials in this section are addressing what we know and what we need to learn to accommodate the reality of a lifecourse view of ‘childhood’ disability.