A Fair Start: A personalised pathway for disabled children and their families

Posted on Tuesday 26th October 2010

This paper is the first in a joint policy document series produced by the Centre for Welfare Reform and the Health Services Management Centre following a 2-day think-tank hosted by HSMC in the summer of 2010, to explore whether recent innovations in health and social care might be the key to a more radical redesign of the whole welfare state.  The paper proposes that local and national leaders work with families and communities to create a Personalised Pathway for the care, support and education of disabled children and their families, that will enable children with the most significant disadvantages to get a fair start in life.

Policy Paper: A Fair Start: A personalised pathway for disabled children and their families (pdf; opens in new window)