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Welsh Government ALN Study
Welsh Government has commissioned Arad Research and the University of South Wales to conduct research into the systems in place to support children and young people with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Learning Difficulties and Disabilities (LDD).
As part of this research, they are gathering the views of professionals who are involved in processes relating to SEN, Additional Learning Needs and / or LDD. If you work in the field of ALN and would like to contribute you can do so at the links below. It should take around 15-20 minutes to complete:
- To complete the survey in English click here https://www.research.net/r/SENbaseline
- To complete the questionnaire in Welsh click here https://www.research.net/r/gwaelodlinAAA
As the system is changing, this survey focuses on gathering professionals’ views and experiences of the current system for children and young people with SEN and LDD. Your views will help Welsh Government understand if changes are moving in the right direction. It includes questions on the current SEN/LDD system as a whole and on specific aspects of the system, including assessment, planning, transition, avoiding and resolving disagreements and partnership working.
Your responses to the survey will be reported anonymously. To view the Welsh Government’s privacy notice for this survey which sets out how your data will be used, please click here. Your contact details will only be used for approved research purposes and in accordance with the Data Protection Act/ The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Your contact details will be deleted once this approved research is complete unless you have indicated otherwise at the end of the survey.
Want more information?
Contact Gwilym Siôn ap Gruffudd in Welsh Government on 03000 250559.