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Dr Caitlin Murray – The Importance Of Family Research

My name is Dr Caitlin Murray and I am a Research Fellow in CEDAR at the University of Warwick. I ...
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Dr Joanna Griffin – Involving Family Carers in Research

My name is Dr Joanna Griffin and I am a parent carer, Counselling Psychologist, and an Assistant Professor in CEDAR, ...
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Dr Paul Thompson – Applying Statistical Methodology To Real World Problems

My name is Dr Paul Thompson, and I am a Research Fellow in Applied Statistics in CEDAR at the University ...
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Dr Samantha Flynn – Research That Has Positive Impact For People With Learning Disabilities

My name is Dr Samantha Flynn and I am an Assistant Professor in CEDAR at the University of Warwick. I ...
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The Health, Healthcare And Wellbeing Of Adults With Intellectual Disabilities

Tammy Rutter The dedication of Professor Mary McCarron and her team to inclusive research which brings about meaningful change for ...
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Introducing Cerebra PhD Student Lauren Jenner

Lauren Jenner is a PhD student at the University of Surrey using novel methodologies to understand social abilities and autism ...
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School attendance in children with neurodevelopmental conditions one year after COVID-19

Emma Taylor Associate Professor Dr Vaso Totsika opened her CEDAR Seminar Series talk by explaining how, before COVID-19, rates of ...
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Our response to the publication of The Independent Review of Children’s Social Care in England

In a sense, Josh MacAlister’s independent review of children’s social care was always going to disappoint. Billed as a “wide-ranging, ...
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Wales: update on the transition from the SEN to the ALN system

The Welsh Government has recently issued two written ministerial statements updating the phased transition from the special education needs (SEN) ...
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New report launched: Investing in early intervention

Too often children with learning disabilities and their families are unable to access the early years support and services they ...
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