The study will recruit a UK sample of 1,000 families living with a child with a neurological condition of school age (4-11 years at the beginning of the study). Initial data collection will take place in 2014-2016, with repeat data collection in 2017-2019. Measures will focus on the wellbeing of the child, and also parents, siblings and potentially grandparents.
The University of Warwick has informed our emotional and mental health service.
Research at the Centre
Find out more about the family research undertaken by the University of Warwick in these videos.
I Like That He Always Shows Who He Is
Warwick University have developed a great resource for people who have a family member with a learning disability to offer support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
You will also find information about how to support your relative if they display behaviours that challenge.
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