One glaring omission of the research into childhood disability so far has been the lack of attention to the views of disabled children themselves. Being a child and being disabled creates a double disadvantage when it comes to truly involving them in research. This text seeks to persuade the reader of the need to move from research on chidhood disability to research with disabled children. It is a review of methods used to access the views and experiences of disabled children, including those with speech and learning difficuties.
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