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For Scotland’s Disabled Children and Children in Scotland Parent Participation Project

fSDC is looking at the impact of welfare reform on families of disabled children in Scotland. If you would like to give your views, complete this survey.

For Scotland’s Disabled Children (fSDC), a coalition of almost fifty disability and children’s organisations, and Children in Scotland, the national network organisation for the children’s sector in Scotland, are working in partnership on a project funded by the Scottish Government. The project’s objectives are to improve both the level of participation of, and the extent of influence on policy on, parents of children with disabilities.

The Project has been asked to gather specific evidence regarding the impact of welfare reform on families of disabled children in Scotland. We would appreciate you taking the time to support this by completing a short survey (see link below).

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/fsdcwr

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