Disabled Children ‘Excluded From Their Own Communities’, Report Says

A new report due to be launched in parliament on Wednesday, reveals that disabled children with multiple needs face severe barriers to accessing play services, which effectively means they are often being "excluded from their own communities". The report - Making the case for play - by the national deafblind charity Sense warns that multiple needs children are missing out on play opportunities, due to insufficient funding and negative attitudes towards disabled children and their families. It follows a three-month public inquiry into the provision of play opportunities for young disabled children in England and Wales, which was launched in response
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