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Is your child younger than school-age?

Do you want to talk to a researcher about your experience with getting support for your child?  

The Inclusive Early Childhood Services System Project wants to learn from what you know about getting support for your child. The study hopes to learn more about how early childhood services are meeting the needs of children with “atypical development”, “special needs”, “disability”, or “gifts”.

Most Recent Publications:

Parekh, G., & Underwood, K. (2020, June 24). Child care after the coronavirus pandemic should be more inclusive of children with disabilities. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/child-care-after-the-coronavirus-pandemic-should-be-more-inclusive-of-children-with-disabilities-141172

Underwood, K., Moreno-Angarita, M., Curran, T., Runswick-Cole, K., & Wertlieb, D. (2020). Theory, ethics and methods: International disabled children's childhoods. In D. Goodley, K. Runswick-Cole, & K. Liddiard (Eds.), PDF fileInterventions in Disabled Childhood Studies, external link (65-67). (1). Sheffield: iHuman Press. 

Lawrence, B., Underwood, K., & Douglas, P. (2020). PDF fileIECSS Policy Brief No. 9: Reconciling Interests of Children and Economies during the COVID-19 pandemic: Learning from families in Brandon, Manitoba. Inclusive Early Childhood Service System project. 

Smith, A. (2020). PDF fileIECSS Policy Brief No. 8: Black Experience and Disabled Childhoods: Comparison of Federal and Provincial Policies. Inclusive Early Childhood Service System project.