Disabled children and their families have been left in lockdown with vital care and support withdrawn during the coronavirus pandemic, a survey by the Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP), has found.
New report sheds light on the impact of lockdown on siblings.
Harry Judd and his wife Izzy show their support for children with brain injury and explain why they have become Ambassadors for the charity.
Leading organisations have written to the Prime Minister calling for better services and support for children with SLCN
Call for parents to take part in online survey into anxiety levels of children with cerebral palsy and their parents, participation and quality of life.
New research says inaccurate information about disabled access and facilities means many disabled people feel unconfident about visiting new places.
Family Fund reveals the impact coronavirus and lockdown is having on families with disabled children, as £10 million emergency funding is announced.
This week we’re sharing links to resources that help support the wellbeing of children and young people at this time.
The ‘Life in Lockdown’ survey hopes to influence government action on how to help children and young people with disabilities and their families.
The newsreader, who is an ambassador and volunteer at the charity, spoke about helping children with brain injury.