Childrens Charity shares pressures of pandemic on families caring for seriously ill children

Children's charity, Rainbow Trust, has shared its key findings of the pandemic pressures on families with seriously ill children, and its recommendations for decision makers and commissioners going forward in its latest report.
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The charity who has more than 30 years' experience in helping families and providing essential practical and emotional support. It has reported that the COVID-19 pandemic  piled further pressure onto parents and children, at the very time when many services and sources of support have been unable to assist them. 

The report presents what families have said about their experiences, and how they have juggled the increased demands of caring for a seriously ill baby or child during the pandemic so far.  From parenting a critically ill baby at a distance, to maintaining strict shielding as a household for many months.


Pandemic Pressures Rainbow Trust Children's Charity Report

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