Ineese-Nash, N., Bomberry, Y., Underwood, K., & Hache, A. (in submission). Raising a Child within the Early Childhood Dis-ability Support Systems Shakonehya:ra’s ne shakoyen’okon:’a G’chi-gshkewesiwad binoonhyag ᑲᒥᓂᑯᓯᒼ ᑭᑫᑕᓱᐧᐃᓇ ᐊᐧᐊᔕᔥ ᑲᒥᓂᑯᓯᒼ ᑲᐧᐃᔕᑭᑫᑕᑲ: Ga-Miinigoowozid Gikendaagoosowin Awaazigish Ga-Miinigoowozid Ga-Izhichigetan

Underwood, K. (accepted). A Systems Understanding of inclusive childhoods: The Inclusive Early Childhood Service System project (IECSS). D. Jahr & Robert Kruschel (Eds.) Inclusion in Canada – Perspectives on Cultures, Structures and Practices. Beltz Verlag: Weinheim, Germany.

Underwood, K., Frankel, E., Spalding, K. & Brophy, K. (in submission). Is the right to early intervention being honoured? Submitting to The Canadian Journal of Children’s Rights.

Underwood, K., Ineese-Nash, N., & Hache, A. (2017). Embedding Indigenous perspectives in early childhood education, care and intervention: A Knowledge Synthesis.DRAFT Project report for a SSRHC Knowledge Synthesis Project. Toronto: ON: Ryerson University.

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Halfon, S., & Friendly, M. (2013). Inclusion of young children with disabilities in regulated child care in Canada A snapshot: Research, policy and practice.

Lero, D., Brophy, K., Coulman, L. (2005). QC Wellington: A Community-Wide Approach for
Improving and Sustaining High Quality Child Care in Wellington County. Guelph, ON: Centre for Families, Work & Well-Being, University of Guelph

Parekh, G., & Underwood, K. (2015). Inclusion: Creating school and classroom communities where everyone belongs. Research, tips, and tools for educators and administrators. (Research Report No. 15/16‐09). Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Toronto District School Board

Underwood, K. & Frankel, E. (2012). The developmental systems approach to early intervention in Canada. Infants & Young Children, 25(4), 286-296.

Underwood, K. (2013). Everyone is Welcome: Inclusive Early Childhood Education and Care.
Ministry of Education.