LEAP project

Survey

Appeal To Parent Support Groups To Participate In Our Children’s Services Assessment Survey

Cerebra’s Legal Entitlement and Problem-solving Project (LEaP) is carrying out a research project with Professor Luke Clements, Cerebra Professor of ...
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Family with siblings

Follow-up: Your experiences of Obtaining a Parent Carer Needs Assessment

Last month we published an article where our LEaP Project asked you for your personal experiences of obtaining a Parent ...
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Family with siblings

Autism and Lack of Social Care Support – Can You Help?

Our Legal Entitlements and Problem Solving Project (LEaP) is looking for a family in the Yorkshire area to be interviewed ...
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Letter writing

Direct Payments and Prepaid Cards Success for LEaP Project

Sophie, our LEaP Project co-ordinator, explains how we helped families with disabled children in one particular English local authority. The ...
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An Introduction to Sophie and Legal Entitlements

Sophie after running the Cardiff Half Marathon Hi- I’m Sophie and I’m the Legal Entitlements and Problem Solving (LEaP) Project ...
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School transport, Cerebra help with families of children with brain conditions.

Home to School Travel and Transport Guidance Consultation -England

Cerebra’s Legal Entitlement and Problem-solving (LEaP) Project, led by Luke Clements the Cerebra Professor of Law and Social Justice at ...
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School transport, Cerebra help with families of children with brain conditions.

School Transport for Nat

Our Legal Entitlements and Problem-solving (LEaP) Project helped Nat get transport to school and as a thank you he has ...
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Nappies

LEaP Project Helps Family to get a Continence Assessment at Home

Earlier this year, our Legal Entitlements and Problem-Solving (LEaP) Project supported a family who had been told that their son’s ...
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Nappies

Has your child been refused a continence assessment at home?

Has your local continence team told you that they can only assess your child at a school/hospital, rather than at ...
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