KidsAudiologist

Young peoples views of the services they receive and involvement of children and young people

Posted on: December 26, 2015

Resources to support Improving participation of children and young people in audiology:

Guidelines for research with children and young people (National Children’s Bureau, 2011)

Listening to children’s views on health provision – a rapid review of the evidence (National Children’s Bureau, 2012)

The Participation Toolkit (Scottish Health Council, 2010)

Adolescent health in the UK today (ChiMat, 2014)

A literature review on the participation of disabled children and young people in decision making (VIPER project, 2014)

Getting services right for adolescents (Health Service Journal, March 2010)

Not Just a Phase; A Guide to the Participation of Children and Young People in Health Services (Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, 2010)

‘You’re Welcome’: quality criteria for young people friendly health services (Department of Health, 2011)

Understanding what matters A guide to using patient feedback to transform services (Department of Health, 2009)

Quality of Life of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children and Youth (Project HQL) (University of Washington & partners, 2010)

Over to you report (NDCS, 2011) Over to you was a one-year project which looked at the experiences of deaf young people of their audiology service. This project was completed jointly by NDCS, in partnership with the audiology services based in the London boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets and City & Hackney. From April 2010 to January 2011 we met with 100 deaf young people aged 12 to 18. ”

Audiology; What young people think (NDCS, 2011) A leaflet written for young people about the results of the Over to you project

Going to the audiologist; Deaf young people have their say (NDCS, 2014) Between April and August 2014, NDCS asked deaf children and young people aged 12–18 to tell us about their experiences of going to the audiologist

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