Childhood Disability Research

12th April 2013 from Family Fund

Have you ever thought of a way in which we could improve the health and/or wellbeing of children or young people affected by disability? 

The aim of the Childhood Disability Research Priority Setting Partnership is to identify the unanswered questions about the effectiveness of ‘interventions’ for children and young people affected by ‘neurodisability’. The project is keen to include the perspectives of young people, families and health professionals. 

Interventions can take many forms; they include mainstream and alternative treatments and therapies, social interventions, changes to the environment, and any other ways we could change something to make a difference. 

A survey has now been launched for all to complete 

For more information see the JLA Childhood Disability Research Priority Setting Partnership website