Early-years help reduces risks

4th July 2003 at 01:00
GOOD early-years services can help reduce the number of children with special needs when they start school, research shows. The early years transition and special educational needs project found that a third of the children were considered at risk of developing special needs when they arrived at pre-school aged three, but this figure had dropped to one-fifth by the time they left.

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