Within This Issue

This issue is without a particular theme. The aim was to provide scope for exploration and imagination. Articles both cross and push back boundaries of all sorts – professional, geographical, theoretical and practical. They inform us, ask us to reflect and challenge our own perceptions. They cover all ages and different areas of life. They relate to school, adult services, family and community: the development of a culture of engagement in a service supporting adults with PMLD; realising the potential of play for all children; inclusive literacy and using multi-sensory stories; the Touch Trust’s creative, touch-based movement and dance programmes; encouraging the development of parent groups in India; engaging people with PMLD in Sporting activities; direct payments; the development of a day service for people with PMLD; and a report into movement and leisure provision in Gloucestershire for adults with PMLD.