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Practical approaches to resolving commonly occurring health and social care difficulties

John Furlong and Derek Tilley work within our Legal Entitlements and Problem-solving Project. They help families to understand what their ...
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Aquatic therapy – the benefits of water-based therapies for children living with disabilities

Laura Cook at CL Medilaw and Dr Heather Epps, Physiotherapist and Director of Aquaepps and Lymden Hydrotherapy and Physiotherapy (LHAP) ...
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Getting Direct Payments For 1:1 Support

Ben* is 6 years old and has autism, ADHD and epilepsy. His parents have to work long hours and need ...
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Protecting vulnerable children during the cost of living crisis

Now is the winter of our discontent. Historically, winter has evoked different reactions in all of us - some of ...
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Welsh Government Publishes ALN Guidance for Parents and Carers

In September 2021, as part of the Special Educational Needs (SEN) reform the Welsh Government began the phased transfer from ...
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Challenging Parent Carer Blame

Disabled children and their families are one of the most severely disadvantaged groups in the UK. A major research report ...
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Advocating For Disability Rights

Ketevan Khomeriki gives a fascinating insight into her work as a disability rights advocate in Georgia. She explains how being ...
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How a Claimant’s Solicitor and Court of Protection Deputies Work Together to Provide a Holistic Approach to Clients

At Pryers Solicitors, as medical negligence and personal injury specialists, we unfortunately see many clients who have suffered some form ...
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How rehabilitation and support can help a child with an acquired brain injury to flourish and reach their potential

My team and I are both proud and privileged to act for the most amazing, brave and courageous clients - children ...
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Cerebra and the University of Leeds FII (Fabricated or Induced Illness) Survey

Cerebra has become increasingly concerned over recent years with an apparent rise in reports from families with disabled children which ...
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