NEW NICE GUIDANCE PUBLISHED - Babies, children and young people's experience of healthcare (NG204)
New guideline from NICE recommends ensuring children and young people are fully informed about their health so that they are empowered to take an active role in their healthcare
Survey: Ongoing impact of COVID-19 on neurology services
The CSP has been asked by the MS Society to disseminate the following survey to any networks and non-registered professionals
SEND Tribunal: Single Route of Redress- ONLINE TOOLKIT
This is a DfE guide for all local authorities (LAs), health commissioning bodies and parents and young people in England, on the SEND Tribunal: single route of redress. This guidance can also be used to inform advice that Information, Advice and Support Services (IASS) and others provide to parents and young people.
APPI Pilates for Kids & Teens - Discounted prices for APCP members
APCP Research Hub launched on APCP website
APCP is pleased to announce the launch of its new Research Hub bringing together resources and information to support members involved, or wanting to get more involved with, paediatric physiotherapy research.
UK Rare Diseases Framework
‘The 2021 Rare Disease Framework, and the four national implementation plans that will come from it are welcomed. However, to know if we have truly succeeded, we should be judged on whether patients living with rare diseases notice an improvement in their experiences, treatment and care.’ (Baroness Nicola Blackwood, Public Projects – May 2021)
CP Sport – Promoting Participation in Frame Football
Cerebral Palsy Sport is the country’s leading national disability sports organisation, improving the health and emotional wellbeing of people with cerebral palsy through physical activity, and engaging the community in a number of programmes and interventions.
Consultation on the draft CSP Equity, Diversity and Belonging Strategy
CSP members are asked to comment on the draft Equity, Diversity and Belonging Strategy.
The consultation will run until 31 July 2021
Stretching and Strengthening Programmes for Children and Young People with Cerebral Palsy
An opportunity for paediatric physiotherapists apply for research funding into these important topics.
Funding boost for young people’s mental health services
NHS England have announced that children and young people will benefit from a cash injection to mental health services which includes addressing the increasing demand for the treatment of eating disorders.