As part of its 70th birthday celebrations, the NHS in England is setting out a long term plan for its future. Improving health services for children and young people is an important part of this. What could be improved? What do you think should be done to make the NHS better for young people? Answer the questions on the survey and share your views.
This survey is for parents / carers of children and young people under 13 years of age with developmental difficulties.
Research on Short Breaks and Respite
Edge Hill University have the attached opportunity for families to be involved in their research on short breaks and respite. The research is approved by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and there are a variety of ways to get involved in sharing your story. Please read the attached sheet for more information and use the contact details below to get involved: Dr Katherine Knighting, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, Lancashire, Tel: 01695 657170, Email: Knightk@edgehill.ac.uk
Bringing Us Together decided to ask parents if they had experienced ill health they believed to be a result of their parent carer role. Almost 1,100 parent carers responded. Find out more about Bringing Us Together and read the results of the survey.
Guide for young people aged 16 to 25 on how to resolve SEND disagreements