Research

 

CANDDID is working towards becoming a leader in research for Autism, Neuro-Developmental Disorders and Intellectual Disability.

 To achieve this ambition CANDDID aims to: 

  • Co-production in research: Working with families and carers to co-produce research projects.
  • Work on a research projects around Dementia in Learning Disabilities
  • Set up a data collection framework: To generate quality data that would link research evaluations and service evaluations.
  • Set up internal processes for registering and supporting research and service evaluation projects.
  • Carry out research allied to the Dynamic Support Database for people at risk of admission to specialist hospital settings, funded through the TCP.
  • Develop a Dynamic Support Database for complex physical health conditions, linked to the LeDeR programme