Short breaks for disabled children
What are short breaks?
Short breaks are activities for children and young people, usually away from home, that enable them to have fun and time with their peers, while at the same time giving a break to parents from their caring role.
Short breaks can be for the whole family together as well as for children and young people away from their family carers and range from a few hours’ of activities to longer times. They aim to enable disabled children to have opportunities to meet other children and to have fun, and to take part in everyday activities. They also aim to enable parents, carers and siblings to have some time free from their caring responsibilities.
Short breaks. Give us your views
We are running the following survey with South Glos Parent and Carers to obtain feedback about the current Short breaks that are on offer and looking for suggestions for the future.
This survey has now closed and our report is now available.
You can view analysis/recommendations and our next steps in section 4 page 17 of the report.
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