Research and analysis

Parental experience of services for disabled children: technical report for years 1 and 2

This survey was primarily designed to generate an overall indicator and set of sub-indicators which measure parental views on the five elements of the core offer as set out in the government's report 'Aiming High for Disabled Children'.

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Parental experience of services for disabled children: technical report for years 1 and 2

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The then Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) commissioned TNS-BMRB to conduct a survey among parents of disabled children. The five elements of the core offer are: information; transparency; assessment; participation; and feedback.

Sub-indicators have been calculated for each of these elements within the three service areas of health, education, and care and family support. Thus, there are a total of 15 sub-indicators which are also combined to form an overall high-level indicator reported at the national and local level.

This technical report details the methodology for the first wave of the research. The methodology was kept largely consistent between year 1 and year 2 but where there were differences these are outlined in chapter 5.

Published 28 August 2010