Scotland's National Parenting Strategy Survey

Date: 20th February 2012
Category: Family Environment and Alternative Care

The Scottish Government is developing a national parenting strategy to raise the value and importance of parenting, while also recognising that it can be difficult at times.

The Family Fund and for Scotland's Disabled Children want to make sure that those parenting a disabled child or young person in Scotland have their voices heard and particular needs acknowledged.

If you are a parent or carer (not just mums, but dads, grandparents, adoptive or foster parents - anyone who is bringing up children) in Scotland, they want to know what support you need in your parenting role.

Complete this survey and share your experiences (good and bad) - this will help the Scottish Government to identify how to improve services and support that will make a positive difference to the lives of children and young people.

All responses to this survey are valuable regardless of how little or how much you would like to say.