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Research and reports: Wheelchair services for children and young people in Wales
Report highlighting the key issues and concerns raised by families about wheelchair services in Wales.
Research and reports: School when your on wheels, young wheelchair users in Wales, a snapshot of challenges and experiences in education
Research looking at how using a wheelchair can affect a child or young person's education. We asked some of the parents and young people we work with to tell us of their experiences of using wheelchairs in the school setting.
Research and reports: Reaching families in Wales - mapping families with disabled children−Wales index of multiple deprivation child research 2012
Report investigating the relationship between families with disabled children in Wales and child poverty by comparing data on families, helped by the Family Fund.
Research and reports: Counting the costs Wales 2012
In 2012 we revisited our 2010 financial survey, to see if anything had improved for families of disabled children. Read the findings for Wales here
Parent guide: NHS and caring for a disabled child - Wales
English language version. Explains the different parts of the NHS, your rights, your child’s rights and what options you might have if you are unhappy with any aspect of the NHS
Research and reports: Forgotten families. The impact of isolation on families with disabled children in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland 2011
From the Nations: in our 2011 survey of over 1,100 families with disabled children, we found out about levels of isolation families with disabled children experience and how this impacts on their family life
Research and reports: Profi adau teuluoedd o gael mynediad at Grantiau Cyfl eusterau i’r Anabl Astudiaeth ymchwil gydweithrediadol yng Nghymru a Gogledd Iwerddon
Family experiences of accessing disabled facilities grants. A collaborative research study with Contact a Family Wales and Shelter in Wales and Northern Ireland.
Research and Reports: Managing more than most - A statistical analysis of families with sick or disabled children
Report with Carers UK and Leeds University from 2006 which explores statistics about caring for a sick or disabled child and its impact on parental employment.
Research and Reports: Managing more than most - A statistical analysis of families with sick or disabled children : An appendix
An appendix to our report with Carers UK and Leeds University from 2006 which explores statistics about caring for a sick or disabled child and its impact on parental employment.
Parent guide: Special educational needs - Wales
The different levels of support for children with special educational needs in education and what you can do if you are not happy with the support your child is receiving at school.