3rd Party Reports
3rd Party Reports

3rd Party Reports and Research

We have chosen the reports and research projects listed below because they help to build the broader picture about the impact of disability, early intervention, assistive technology, the COVID-19 pandemic and the cost-of-living crisis on the lives of children and young people with cerebral palsy and their families in the UK. These reports all highlight the need for greater understanding of disability and the impact that a joined up service provision and clear pathways through healthcare, social care and education can have on the long term prospects for disabled people.

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Talent and Technology: Building bridges to employment for disabled people

All Party Parliamentary Group on Assistive Technology Report – July 2021

Disability Employment Gap

Department for Work and Pensions – July 2021

Official Statistics on Employment of Disabled People 2022

Department for Work and Pensions – January 2023

Failed and Forgotten

Disabled Children’s Partnership – March 2023

Why Health Visitors Matter

Parent Infant Foundation – May 2022

Arriving at Thriving

Policy Connect and the Higher Education Commission – October 2020

Disability Price Tag report

Disability charity Scope UK – 2019

3rd Party Research

The research projects included are only those that we have been made aware of and that are working to build best practice in the intervention, care, education and support of children and young people with cerebral palsy. Action Cerebral Palsy shares this research solely for the purpose of highlighting new research and information on disability issues which affect children and young people with cerebral palsy and their families. Inclusion of such material on the Action Cerebral Palsy website does not indicate the Charity’s automatic endorsement of the content or conclusions of the research or recommendations. The Charity retains the right to select suitably appropriate third-party reports and research to share on the Action Cerebral Palsy website.

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CP Register | Cerebral Palsy Alliance

Australian CP Alliance | CP Register database

Fun 'n' Games | Neurodevelopment and Disability

Dr. Anna Basu | Newcastle University