Surrey Short Breaks - Introduction

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Aiming High for Disabled Children (AHDC) was launched in May 2007 as the transformation programme for disabled children's services.

 

AHDC aimed to ensure that in each local area parents are involved in strategic decision making about the provision of services that their disabled children need.

 

Involving parent carers at all levels of planning and developing services is the best way of creating cost effective and responsive services that work for families.

 

The Aiming High programme came to an end in March 2011 so from April, the service will be known as Surrey Short Breaks for Disabled Children. 

 

This website is for parent carers of disabled children and young people who live in Surrey. This is your website and we want to know what you would like to see on these pages. Please email us to let us know.



There is also an eCommunity for parent carers of disabled children and young people who live in Surrey to be able to talk to each other and to provide their views on issues that concern them. This is a closed group. New members will need to register to join and there is a set of rules to abide by. In time we will use the group for surveys and as a consultation tool.

 

Find out more about Aiming High for Disabled Children at: