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It always comes down to money. Recent changes in service provision to disabled children, young people and their families in Scotland

Services for disabled youngsters and their families have declined significantly across Scotland as the impact of public sector cuts is felt, according to a new report produced for Scotland’s Commissioner for Children & Young People.

It Always Comes Down to Money examines changes in the availability and accessibility of publicly-funded services for families with disabled children over the past two years.

Dr Kirsten Stalker
Charlotte MacDonald
Caroline King
Francis McFaul
Colin Young
Moyra Hawthorn
Louis Patrizio
Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People
University of Strathclyde