A new funding award has been granted to Professor Richard Hastings, who will lead on the ‘Cerebra 1,000 Families’ project, the largest longitudinal research project in the UK about families and disability.
The study will recruit a UK sample of 1,000 families living with a child with a neurological condition of school age (4-11 years at the beginning of the study). Initial data collection will take place in 2014-2016, with repeat data collection in 2017-2019. Measures will focus on the wellbeing of the child, and also parents, siblings and potentially grandparents. To find out more about the project and keep up to date with it’s progress click on the link below:
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To read more about the research activities undertaken by the team, take a look at the annual report.
You can download the latest report here:
You can read the paper they talk about in the video here.