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Disabled children and young people are 3.4 times more likely to experience abuse.

But are they more likely to be heard, believed and supported?

We can help you understand the increased risks faced by disabled young people, and the role you can play in supporting them.

At the Ann Craft Trust, we help to support disabled children and young people across their entire life spans. We need to challenge abuse and neglect, but also think of the potential discrimination disabled young people can face as they grow older.

Our training seeks to hear the voices of disabled children, young people, and their families. We draw from current research and from our own experience as practitioners. We champion a best-practice approach that works to empower children, young people, and their carers.

Safeguarding Disabled Children Courses

We offer a number of courses covering a wide range of safeguarding children’s issues, including:

These courses are intended as a guide. You can request aspects of them to create a one-off training event, or work with us to develop materials that fit your needs as an organisation.

Tell Us About Your Safeguarding Needs

We’ll tailor our safeguarding disabled children courses to meet your unique requirements.

Our expert trainers will work closely with you from the initial consultation right through to the last evaluation.

We will explore the needs of your organisation and the roles and responsibilities of delegates. We’ll gauge their understanding of safeguarding and the challenges they face, as well as what works in practice. We will make your training accessible by adjusting the course to address the specific issues, legal framework and policies you need us to cover.

Book a course or find out more

To book a course or find out more about how we can help you, get in touch today.