Sibs is interested in finding out more about the impact this latest lockdown and the Covid-19 pandemic is having on siblings up to the age of 18, who have a brother or sister who is disabled, has SEND or a long term health condition.  This survey will only take a few minutes to complete. The results will be collected anonymously on behalf of the charity Sibs.  Sibs  will work with a researcher at  University College London to disseminate the results which will  be shared in a report, peer review papers and conferences. Thank you for your help.

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* 2. Please enter the age/ages of your sibling child/children

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* 3. Please tell us about the he nature of the disability of your disabled child. Please tick all that apply. 

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* 4. Can you share with us your family's ethnicity?

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* 5. How has lockdown affected the mental health and wellbeing of your sibling child/children?

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* 6. In what way has their mental health been affected? Please tick all that apply.

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* 7. What has been your biggest challenge in supporting your sibling child/children?

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* 8. What do you think the most difficult thing has been for your sibling children in lockdown?

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* 9. Is your sibling child having to provide more care to their brother or sister?

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* 10. What would have helped you and your sibling child during lockdown? Please tick all that apply.

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* 11. How has your sibling child's school  supported your child during lockdown?

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* 12. In what way has the relationship between your sibling child and their brother or sister changed during lockdown?

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* 13. Has your sibling child been able to access technology during lockdown?

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* 14. Has your sibling child or your disabled child had access to any formal respite or short break opportunities during lockdown?

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* 15. Has your sibling child been able to go to school during lockdown? (As a young carer, or for another reason)

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* 16. Has your sibling child been able to maintain contact with family and friends?  Can you tell us more about this?

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* 17. Is there anything you else you would like to tell us about your sibling child/children?

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