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BACD Newsletters 2021

27 Jan 2021
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Ask Listen Do

Making conversations count in health, social care and education

BACD Conference 2020

Presentations from the 2020 annual scientific meeting
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BACD Newsletter (2017)

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BACD Newsletter (2018)

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BACD Newsletter (2019)

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BACD Newsletter (2020)

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Child Development Team Database

Neurodisability leads for UK child development teams

Community Services Data Set

Data about children in contact with Community Services is mandated for central flow to NHS Digital in England

Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology

DMCN is the official journal of the BACD

DMCN Podcasts

DMCN publishes a lively programme of podcasts, featuring interviews and discussions with authors, editors and reviewers

Give it Back

There is a £434 million funding gap in children’s social care. This campaign asks the government to Give it Back.

Impact of Austerity Measures on Disabled Children

​In November 2014 BACD and BACCH surveyed members on the impact of austerity measures on families with disabled children.

Mac Keith Press Books & E-Books

BACD members receive a discount on all MKP products

NCEPOD Chronic Neurodisability: Each and Every Need

This report focuses on the quality provided to children and young people with chronic disabling conditions, focusing on cerebral palsies.

NICE Guidelines (published)

Clinical guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

NIHR Transition Research Programme

The transition of young people with long-term conditions through health services from childhood to adulthood
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