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Hertfordshire's SEND Local Offer

Survey on physical or neurological impairment

We're currently undertaking review of several of our education focused services (which includes those for children/young people with a physical or neurological impairment).

It's very important that we get the views of parent carers as this will help us understand how well the nursery, school or college supports your child/young person.

What is meant by physical and/or neurological impairments?

Physical disabilities arise from a range of conditions which affect the correct functioning of the body to create movement. Neurological conditions are those which affect the brain's ability to process information, communicate with the rest of the body and produce movement. Both physical and neurological conditions can be genetic or acquired perhaps by a brain or spinal cord injury. Examples of physical and neurological conditions include: brain injury, arthritis, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, other syndromes and rare diseases that affect physical functioning and learning.

All responses will be used anonymously and no child/young person will be identified from your answers. 

The survey takes about 5 minutes to complete and is open until 11pm on Friday 17 March. Complete the survey.