The Council for Disabled Children are working with NHS England to gather the views of young people with learning disabilities around annual health checks.
They are looking to recruit focus groups of up to 6 young people, aged 14 – 19 years old, with learning disabilities. They are keen to hear from particularly seldom heard young people. From the focus groups, they will co-produce information, materials, and resources with young people to promote the importance of annual health checks.
CDC will create all the materials and the session plan for the focus groups. CDC will deliver the focus group virtually. They will work with the group leader/teacher to find a convenient time for the session which will last around 45 minutes – 1 hour, however they will work with you for however long you have! The young people will receive a £10 voucher for their participation. For more information and to download an information sheet to share with the young people you work with, please click here.
The expressions of interest are open until Wednesday 24th November. All engagement work must be completed by 10th December. If you are unable to accommodate them between now and 10th December, then unfortunately they will be unable to work with you for this opportunity.
If the young people you work with are not able to take part in a focus group, they can fill out an online survey to participate in the project and ensure their thoughts are heard by clicking here.
If you would like to express your interest on behalf of the young people you work with, please contact Hope at email@example.com.