Embedding Young People’s Participation in Health Services 2020
DOI: 10.51952/9781447351214.ch002
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“…They will mostly be unable to enforce their rights because of their age and impairments. Their parents will also most likely have fewer resources in terms of money, 16 time, and their own health, 17 to enforce their children's rights than parents of children without disabilities and may be unwilling to challenge a service provider upon whom their child depends for their health and survival 3 …”
Section: Monitoring and Enforcementmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…They will mostly be unable to enforce their rights because of their age and impairments. Their parents will also most likely have fewer resources in terms of money, 16 time, and their own health, 17 to enforce their children's rights than parents of children without disabilities and may be unwilling to challenge a service provider upon whom their child depends for their health and survival 3 …”
Section: Monitoring and Enforcementmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the study of paediatricians' decision‐making cited earlier, only 15 per cent of paediatricians in the study believed children with disabilities capable of expressing their views. Neurologists expressed concern that their medical colleagues often underestimated the cognitive and communication abilities of children with neurodisabilities 3 …”
Section: Article 12: Child's Right To Express Their Viewsmentioning
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