Parents Can you help

Action Cerebral Palsy would like to get feedback from parents about their experiences of the services (both statutory and non-maintained) they have accessed for their children and young people.   To facilitate this, Action Cerebral Palsy has launched an online survey for parents to complete.  This survey will also serve as a follow up from the one they conducted in 2014 for the Parliamentary Inquiry and will help to measure change, if any, in families' experiences since that original survey.  The information gathered through this survey will also provide evidence to the current series of All-Party Parliamentary Group sessions on Cerebral Palsy that Action CP has initiated and that focus on the education, teaching and learning for children with cerebral palsy.  Action CP would be extremely grateful if you complete this questionnaire which should take no more than 10 minutes.  Please note that your answers are submitted anonymously unless you indicate otherwise.  Thank you for your time.

 

Please click on the following link to access the questionnaire: https://forms.office.com/r/38XiXPRZGc

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Action Cerebral Palsy is proud to have sponsored the first All Party Parliamentary Group on Cerebral Palsy. The latest session on Teaching and Learning for Children and Young People with Cerebral Palsy examined best practice and the challenges facing teachers and learners. 

The session can be viewed here

 

It isn't too late to submit written evidence to the APPG on the topics of EHCPs and Teaching and Learning for Children and Young people with Cerebral Palsy. 

 

For information about the All-Party Parliamentary Group, please click here

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  • Action Cerebral Palsy began in 2013 as a national consortium of specialist charities working with children with cerebral palsies and their families. 

  • Action Cerebral Palsy became a registered charity in 2016 and now  works at a national level towards improving public, professional and political awareness of the issues facing children and young people with cerebral palsies.

  •  We aim to represent the best interests of the CP community to policy makers and are committed to developing models of best practice at national and local levels.

Our Vision

Our vision is that every child and young person in the UK with cerebral palsies is able to access from birth onwards the best possible intervention, care, education and support which meets their complex and changing needs.

Our Mission

Action Cerebral Palsy will work towards improving public, professional and political awareness of the issues facing children and young people with cerebral palsies. We  are committed to facilitate the development of models of best practice at national and local levels.