University of Warwick

Positive Family Connections – Take Part

We are inviting family carers of a child with a learning disability, autism, or both aged 8-13 years to take ...
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Positive Family Connections

Joanna Griffin, parent carer, counselling psychologist and Assistant Professor at the University of Warwick discusses the value of co-production and ...
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Introducing Cerebra PhD Student Caitlin Williams

My name is Caitlin Williams and I’m a second year PhD student at the University of Warwick. My PhD research ...
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Introduction to Cerebra PhD Student Daniel Sutherland

My name is Daniel Sutherland, and I am doing a PhD at the University of Warwick funded by Cerebra. My ...
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Cerebra Family Research Group End Of Grant Report

The Cerebra Family Research Group has released its End of Grant Report outlining the focus of their work well as ...
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Support in the Early Years Survey

We are working with the Family Research Group at the University of Warwick, as well as with Mencap,  Ambitious about ...
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Improving the well-being of young children with learning disabilities: A Parent’s Guide

We're looking for people to take a look at a brand new booklet on improving the well-being of young children ...
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Why Our Research is Important – Cerebra Family Research Group

Centre for Educational Development, Appraisal and Research (CEDAR) University of Warwick Cerebra Family Research Group “Strengthening families” Why our research ...
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How behaviour problems can affect family life

Jane Raca, whose son James has learning disabilities, autism and challenging behaviour shares her story and explains how you can ...
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1000 Families Study – Age Range Extended

Are you the mother, father, or caregiver of a child aged between 4 and 15 years, 11 months who has ...
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