Childhood Physical Disability (Canada) PSP

The Childhood Physical Disability PSP (Canada) will work with patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers to identify and prioritise uncertainties about the diagnosis, treatment, daily functioning of children and youth with physical disability.

About the Childhood Physical Disability Priority Setting Partnership

Physical disability includes individuals with physical disability resulting in significant physical impairment excluding those primarily affecting vision and auditory impairment. These may include, brain, spinal cord and nervous injuries, muscular dystrophies, and bone and joint that have occurred before the age of 18.

The initial survey opened in March 2024.

Key documents

These documents set out the aims, objectives and commitments of the PSP.