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Experience of children health & social care assessments? £50 voucher for Zoom interview

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Do you have experience of children health & social care assessments? Or experience of NOT obtaining an assessment despite your efforts? Or do you have professional experience of such assessments, maybe for example as social worker or an educational psychologist?

Can you spare a couple of hours over Zoom to share your experience and thoughts with one of our researchers in total confidence and anonymity? Living Assessments is a research project at the University of Kent, looking at understanding the experiences and impact on children and families of such assessment processes, difficulties or successes .

🎁Following the interview, participants receive access codes to £50s worth of vouchers of their choice 🎁 

Please email [email protected] for more info. Feel free to forward to your contacts with relevant experience 😊

We are interviewing:

·         Parents/carers whose children have undergone assessments – for SEN or health and social care support. The children who were assessed can be adults or children now so people can reflect on the present or the past - we are interested in seeing if people’s experiences have changed over time.

·         People who are over 18 and who have experienced assessments for SEN and health and social care needs when they were children.

·         Parents/carers who are/were unable to get an assessment for SEN or health and social care needs – although they might have wanted one. How did that affect their child and their family?

·         Professionals involved in children health & social care assessments.

Monique, Project Officer


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