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24/May/2016

 

Gathering service-user and carer experiences of cerebral palsy

The National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death (NCEPOD) assists in maintaining and improving standards of care for adults and children for the benefit of the public by reviewing the management of patients.

NCEPOD are currently looking into the quality of care received by young people aged 0-25, who have cerebral palsy.

They are collecting information on the service-user experience by asking people who have cerebral palsy, or care for someone with the condition, to share their experiences by completing a short questionnaire.

Questionnaire for young people 

Questionnaire for parent carers


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