All our Sons: The Developmental Neurobiology and Neuroendocrinology of Boys at Risk

The research below is also available as a word document – when clicked it will added to your downloads  Click here: Word Document What About The Children? RESEARCH  SUMMARY All our Sons: The Developmental Neurobiology and Neuroendocrinology of Boys at Risk Allan N. Schore Infant Mental Health Journal  2017. Jan: 38 (1), 15-52      DOI: 10.1002/imhj.21616   […]

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Claire Paye’s Diary from The Daily Mail

Claire Paye A day in the life of an available mother 5.00          Wake up.  Go out into the garden with our golden retriever, Lola (I wake Lola, she wouldn’t get up until 6, given a choice).  Feed Lola, move her bed away from the back door, put the washing in. 5.30          Have a cup […]

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Response to the Daily Mail Article

    Please find below our response to the Daily Mail article that was published on the 23rd of May. The right to reply – a ‘clarification’ of the Daily Mail article 24/5/18, ‘Why Stay at Home Mums are more under attack than ever’ In a media and political world where there are constant calls […]

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Research on Child-Care and the importance of Parental Care

Click below to download Research Summaries by Claire Paye. Research by Claire Paye on the importance of Parental care in early years

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Newsletter Spring 2018

To see our latest spring newsletter download here. Newsletter Spring 2018

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The Treasury Committee Childcare Inquiry

Submission to Government Childcare Inquiry by Claire Paye February 2018 Click this link to download the submission by Claire Paye (DOCX format)

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Spring Newsletter 2017

Please download our latest newsletter here: Spring Newsletter 2017

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Just be there: Why moms should stay with children in their early years

Daily News article Sunday, May 14, 2017, 5.00am A must-read article! “Mothers serve two very important biological functions for children in the first three years. They soothe a child’s distress in the moment, and they help regulate a child’s emotions, not allowing them to go too high or too low.” Click on link below to continue […]

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Are you among the stay-at-home mums missing £500m of state pension?

Telegraph article 2 October 2016 • 7:00am A must-read article! “Error-prone government computer systems have caused tens of thousands of people – mainly stay-at-home mothers – to miss out on thousands of pounds of state pension entitlement. A woman who took three years off work to raise children could be nearly £14,000 worse off over […]

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Autumn Newsletter 2016

Please download our latest newsletter here: Autumn Newsletter 2016

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