15th February 2016
Disability Matters is partnering with the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) to promote the importance of inclusion and access for all disabled children and young people aged 0 – 25 years.
They are collecting evidence and case-studies from young disabled people, parent carers and those who work or volunteer with disabled people to highlight the many positive ways that people are:
- working pro-actively with disabled children and young people
- enabling inclusion
- making services accessible
As a pan-disability programme, they are interested in examples that relate to all disabilities, including intellectual / learning disabilities, physical disabilities, complex needs and visual or hearing impairments.
Please share your views by completing their short online survey (also available in an easy read version).
The survey closes on Friday 11th March.