About the DPPI Journal
“I'm glad I'm not the only one!” Disabled mother
The DPPI Journal, first published in 1993, aims to share information and experience on all aspects of parenting with a disability in the UK and overseas.
It provided the inspiration for, and remains an integral part of, the DPPI Information Service now offered at the National Centre for Disabled Parents.
The DPPI Journal is available online and in print, large print (18pt and 26pt bold), Braille and on audio CD. The journal is free to disabled people.
Disability, Pregnancy & Parenthood international promotes better awareness and support for disabled people during pregnancy and throughout parenthood.
The DPPI Journal draws attention to the concerns of disabled parents and to relevant sources of information, stimulates debate about parenting issues and promotes the expertise of disabled parents. It contains:
- invaluable personal experience
- examples of professional good practice and pioneering projects
- news of resources and equipment
- reviews and research reports.
“A vital awareness-raising tool packed with useful information” Midwife, UK
The DPPI Journal is of interest to:
- disabled people who are parents, are planning to be parents and their families
- health and social work professionals
- organisations concerned with disability/maternity/parent support.
- personal experiences and expertise of disabled parents and professionals
- good professional practice
- new projects
- practical tips and equipment reviews
- news of books, videos and audio-tape materials, research and more!
“A very valuable resource for practitioners” Psychologist working with parents with learning difficulties, Denmark
We welcome your ideas, letters and articles!
Please let us know what you would like to read about in your journal. We are pleased to receive written or taped articles, letters, reviews, photos or cartoons. You are also welcome to 'phone or textphone us to talk about ideas for future articles. Any original article accepted for publication earns a year's FREE subscription to our Journal. Email: email@example.com
Editorial advisory board
UK: Rosemary Batchelor, Gill Cross, Isabella Devani, Nicky Genders, Sabina Iqbal, Gerda Loosemore-Reppen, Bev Lynn, Jackie Rotheram.
International: Sarah Allen, Dawn Colclasure, Denise Ganley, Judi Rogers.
Shanta Everington, Gill Lea-Wilson, Krishna Ramamurthy,.