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  • September Partners’ Report

    In the September 2022 report we showcase some of the amazing work of the All Wales Forum, our Welsh voluntary sector partner. The report also provides a progress and future work update for our partners.

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  • August Partners’ Report

    In the August 2022 report we showcase some of the wonderful work of PAMIS, our Scottish voluntary sector partner, specifically the Imagination Toolkit. The report also provides a progress and future work update for our partners.

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  • July Partners’ Report

    In the July 2022 report we feature an overview of a systematic review conducted by two of our team members, Prof Michael Brown and Dr Eddie McCann, which focuses on homelessness and intellectual disability. The report also provides a progress and future work update for our partners.

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  • June Partners’ Report

    The June 2022 report provides you with an overview of research conducted by our project lead, Dr Mark Linden, and his work on young offenders with Traumatic Brain Injury. It also provides a progress and future work update for our partners.

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  • May Partners’ Report

    In the May 2022 report we present the main themes and some sample quotations from focus groups with our voluntary sector partners. This work is currently being written up for publication. 

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  • April Partners’ Report

    The April 2022 report provides you with an overview of research conducted by one of our research team members, Dr Lynne Marsh, about her work focusing on fathers of children with intellectual disabilities. It also unveils our new Carers-ID website.

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  • March Partner Report

    The purpose of these reports is to update you about how the Carers-ID research is progressing. The March 2022 report provides you with some headlines from our project’s systematic review, in addition to preliminary themes from focus group interviews with voluntary sector organisations.

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  • Participant Information Sheet

    Before you decide whether you want to take part in the Carers-ID project, it is important for you to understand why this research is being undertaken and what it will involve. The participant information sheet describes your potential involvement in further detail and should help answer any initial questions you might have about the research.

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  • Invitation letter

    The invitation letter describes our research about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on parents/carers of family members with profound and multiple learning disabilities.

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