MOH Resources

Working together with disabled children and young people, Making Ourselves Heard has developed a range of resources for professionals supporting disabled children and young people's participation.

Making Ourselves Heard: Exploring disabled children's participation
This book sets out current policy around the participation of disabled children and young people, the barriers they face and highlights what is working well.

Top Tips for Participation
This poster highlights what adults can do to better involve disabled young people and children in decisions, in their own words.

Disabled Children's manifesto for change
This booklet and film sets out what disabled children and young people want the government to do to make life better.

Going places!
This guide sets out what disabled children and young people think about the play and leisure opportunities available to them and what needs to change to improve them.

If I could change one thing…
This series of booklets sets out disabled children and young people's answers to the question, 'If you were Prime Minister for the day, and could change one thing, what would it be?'

'How to support Disabled and Non-Disabled Children to Work Together in Inclusive Groups.'
A booklet produced for the Participation Works 'How to' series.

'How to involve Children and Young People with Communication Impairments in Decision-Making.'
A booklet produced for the Participation Works 'How to' series.

Handbook of children and young people's participation
This chapter of the recently published international book discusses disabled children's participation in the UK.

More resources

For more resources relating to the participation of young disabled people, try these other helpful links.