Reducing isolation and improved networks of support for the whole family.
Improved access to information and strategies, which increases understanding and ability to effectively advocate for the needs of children and young people who have special needs and disabilities.
Increased parents/carers confidence, empowerment, and ability to engage with statutory and voluntary service providers, medical professionals, and other families.
Greater self-reliance, independence, and ability to ensure that children and young people with special needs and disabilities get the best possible support. Increased resilience, mental health, and overall feeling of wellbeing across the family.