Talking about Child Protection flyer – potential participants
Talking about Child Protection flyer – practitioners
The University of Edinburgh, led by Professor Julie Taylor, with partners from Strathclyde and Coventry Universities are undertaking an NSPCC funded research study exploring the experiences and views of maltreated deaf and disabled children and young people about Child Protection Services. This issue has not been explored from the perspective of deaf and disabled children and young people before in the UK, so it is hoped that the study will provide valuable lessons about how services can better protect and support them.
The research team is now recruiting deaf and disabled children and young people aged 11 – 26 years from across the UK for interviews, and would be very grateful if you would consider participating for the study, and/or passing on information to children and young people whom you think might be interested in taking part.
Interviews will be made accessible according to the young person’s individual needs.
For further information visit Talking about child protection website.
If you would like to participate, please could you sign up using the following link – Sign up to be a Participant
Additional Details and necessary consent forms can be found at the Talking about child protection website.