The North Wales Children’s Partnership Board would like to hear from anyone involved in supporting children, young people and families with neurodevelopmental conditions about what’s working well and what could be improved. Neurodevelopment conditions include Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, or Tourette’s and tics.
In particular, we would like to learn what support would be helpful before diagnosis, including before and while on a waiting list for diagnosis. We are particularly keen to hear the views of children, young people and families with lived experience, which have already been shared with you, so that we’re not asking them to repeat their stories when they don’t need to.
Which stories to include:
- Stories from North Wales.
- Stories about children and young people ages 0 to 25. This could include stories from children and young people themselves, from the adults in their lives or from adults about their own experiences as a child.
- Stories about things that worked well, things that went wrong and those that fall anywhere in between.
They can be in any format including written stories, case studies, videos or formal reports. Please make sure you have consent to share stories about other people.
We will use this information to help inform discussion between a range of partners children’s social care, health, education and police about how to better support children, young people and families in North Wales.
How to take part
Please email email@example.com with:
- any information you’d like to submit by Friday 1 December 2023 and/or
- let us know your contact details if you would like be involved in future discussions about this topic.
The North Wales Children’s Partnership Board is a sub-group of the North Wales Regional Partnership Board, that looks specifically at issues that affect children, young people and families. Our priorities include children’s mental health, disabled children, young people cared for by their local authority and preventing violence against children. The board includes representatives from children’s social care, health, education, and police.