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Research: Evaluation of the Complex Carers Group Project 2005

Download this comprehensive research report, which grew out of concerns expressed by families in Auckland caring for disabled children and young people who have significant needs. Family carers of children…

ActiveWellness: Child’s Play

Caring for young children is one of the most demanding jobs in the world, especially if a child has some extra needs.

On top of parenting, you’ll be helping your child with activities of daily living, appointments with health professionals, medical procedures, personal cares, administering medications, and more. Here are some ideas to keep you all healthy and active, while having fun at the same time. By Ellen van Dijken

CCS Disability Action: Working with Health Professionals

When your child is diagnosed with a disability you may feel overwhelmed by the huge amount of information, or the words your doctor or specialist uses may be confusing. Visit…

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Advice: Paediatric Specialist Dr Rosie Marks

If you support a child or young person who has disabilities, you may enjoy listening to our interview with Dr Rosie Marks, who specialises in treating children who need intensive care.…

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