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Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum
Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum
admin@lincspcf.org.uk Tel 07925 232466  LPCF, PO Box 1183, Spalding, PE11 9EE
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LPCF Consultations


Ask, Listen, Act (parents/Carers)

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Working together to inform the provision of SEND support for children after the COVID-19 pandemic.



If you are a parent/carer of a child with SEND in the UK with a child between 5-15 your views are needed.
The survey takes about 20-25 minutes to complete and children can also share their views.
If you have any questions or would like more information please email Dr Emma Ashworth at E.L.Ashworth@ljmu.ac.uk.
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Ask, Listen, Act (Professionals)

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Working together to inform the provision of SEND support for children after the COVID-19 pandemic.



If you are a professional who works with children with SEND (aged 5-15) in the UK - your views are needed.
The survey takes about 10-15 minutes to complete and is anonymised.
If you have any questions or would like more information please email Dr Emma Ashworth at E.L.Ashworth@ljmu.ac.uk.
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Consultation on Behaviour Management Strategies

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To help inform guidance revisions we launched a call for evidence on behaviour management strategies, mobile phones, managed moves, and in-school units on 29 June 2021. The call for evidence will be open for a total of six weeks and will close on 10 August 2021.See link to submit your views Link Icon

LGBQ+ Research

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My name is Caitlin and I am trainee Clinical Psychologist working with the University of Edinburgh. I am conducting a research project exploring the experiences and views of parents who have a son or daughter who has an intellectual disability, who also identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or queer+ (LGBQ+).

I am interested in hearing how parent’s experiences and views have changed over time, and what support has been useful for them and their son/daughter. We hope the findings of the research will help develop support within health and social care services for individuals with learning disabilities who identify as LGBQ+ to develop romantic and intimate relationships.

For more details contact S2007873@ed.ac.uk.

Lincolnshire Young Voices

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SEND Accessibility Survey



Lincolnshire Young Voices is a SEND group which aims to improve services; one of their priorities is public transport for young people with SEND. They would like your views on the accessibility of school and public transport and public toilets; you can decide to fill in either part 1 or part 2 or both.Link Icon

Thank you for your participation.

University of Reading


Sensory Study

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AIMS
To explore the relationship between sensory symptoms and mood in autistic teenagers.

WHO
This study is looking for:
• Parents or carers of autistic teenagers (13-17yrs) who use few to no
words (less than 500 words)

PROCEDURE
We aim to explore how responses to sensory stimuli (e.g. lights, sounds
and touch) can impact on the way autistic teenagers feel.

The study involves:
1) An online survey
2) An online interview

The study will take approximately 1 hour (20 mins survey, 40 mins interview).
Participants will receive £10 for their time, and go in the draw to win £50.

To get involved contact Tim Rossow: t.w.l.rossow@pgr.reading.ac.uk