DCP launches survey to discover the impact of lockdown

The ‘Life in Lockdown’ survey hopes to influence government action on how to help children and young people with disabilities and their families.

  The Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP) has launched this survey asking families to share their experience of lockdown, to understand more about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on disabled children and young people (up to 25), their siblings and parents. The findings will provide important information to help influence the government’s actions on how to address the pandemic, and what help and support families need at this time.  The Disabled Children's Partnership is a group of more than 70 charities, of which The Children’s Trust – the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury – is a founding member. The survey results will be used anonymously by the charities in the partnership. The survey takes about 20-25 minutes to complete and will be available for around two weeks.    
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