If you care for a child with a disability or long-term illness, the Parent Carer Wellbeing Study would like you to take part in the Parent Carer Wellbeing Study!
In 2019 the NHS Long Term Plan, building on work since 2015, set out a commitment on improving care and avoiding unnecessary admissions to inpatient settings for children and young people with a learning disability and autistic children and young people.
If you care for a child with a disability or long-term illness the University of Exeter would like you to take part in their Parent Carer Wellbeing Study!
Tell us about how an autism diagnosis makes a difference for your child and family.
Bristol Parent Carers would like to know what your top three priorities are for SEND Children and their families in Bristol at the moment?
Have your say on the Transition of Young People into Adult Services Core Capabilities Framework as part of the NHS Long Term Plan.
University College London have launched The School Attendance and Home Learning Experiences Study.
Claire Sturman is the mum of a boy with cerebral palsy in the North of England.
Are any of your children Young Carers aged 14 – 25? The restrictions of lockdown and the anxiety related to the risks associated with COVID-19 have been central to young carers’ difficulties over the past year.
Bristol Parent Carers would like to know about your experience of your children returning to school.