Relevant policies and publications are listed below. Please use the categories to sort between themes. 

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BACD Newsletter (2019)

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15 Dec 2019
Members only

Supporting Treatment and Appropriate Medication in Paediatrics

Ensuring children and young people with a learning disability, autism, or both are able to access appropriate medication
1 Jun 2019

NIHR Transition Research Programme

The transition of young people with long-term conditions through health services from childhood to adulthood
1 May 2019

Ethics and neurodisability - the power of one life

Dr Hilary Cass speaks to Stephanie Nimmo and Sarah Barclay
1 Apr 2019

BACD Newsletter (2018)

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15 Dec 2018
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Weigh to Go"

Raising awareness of the need for weight and nutritional monitoring of disabled children and young people
5 Aug 2018

Ask Listen Do

Making conversations count in health, social care and education
8 Jun 2018

Ten years of the BACD Strategic Research Group

Maximizing opportunities for paediatric neurodisability research
8 May 2018

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.
8 Mar 2018

BACD Newsletter (2017)

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15 Dec 2017
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Community Services Data Set

Data about children in contact with Community Services is mandated for central flow to NHS Digital in England
1 Jul 2017

Cerebral palsy in under 25s: assessment and management

NICE guideline (NG62)
25 Jan 2017

Transition from children’s to adults’ services

NICE quality standard (QS140)
21 Dec 2016
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