CLAPA Scotland regional coordinators project: End of year two interim report
Guest, Ella; Stock, Nicola Marie; Ridley, Matthew; Rumsey, Nichola
Nicola Marie Stock
Nicky Rumsey Nichola.Rumsey@uwe.ac.uk
During Year Two, the SRC has continued to act as a key contact for people affected by CL/P and their families in the Scotland region.
A large number of events aimed at families and young people have been held, in addition to a number of awareness-raising activities and training sessions.
Recommendations have been made for an increase in services for adults born with CL/P.
There have also been recommendation for more activities aimed more specifically at increasing individuals’ knowledge of CL/P and their ability to cope with any related challenges (e.g. with teachers, health professionals and school children).
Guest, E., Stock, N. M., Ridley, M., & Rumsey, N. (2017). CLAPA Scotland regional coordinators project: End of year two interim report
|Report Type||Project Report|
|Publication Date||May 31, 2017|
|Deposit Date||Jun 29, 2017|
|Peer Reviewed||Not Peer Reviewed|
|Keywords||cleft lip and palate, Scotland, evaluation, regional support, visible difference|
CLAPA RCP Scotland End of Year Two Report May 2017 FINAL.pdf
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