Report of the national review of services for disabled children

The national review of services for disabled children was undertaken jointly by Scottish Government, the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA) and the For Scotland‟s Disabled Children (fSDC) Liaison Project to provide a strategic assessment of the children's disability landscape.

The report and its accompanying plan for action mark the first stage in a longer process; the next stage is the implementation by all relevant partners of actions flowing from the report.

It originates in the commitment given in the Scottish Parliament debate on the Public Services Reform Bill in March 2010 to undertake a broad strategic review of all aspects of services for disabled children.

Scottish Government