Disabled children at risk of abuse

31st August 2012 at 01:00

Disabled children are at risk of not being properly protected from neglect and abuse, Ofsted inspectors have warned in a new report, based on a survey of 12 local councils. "Research suggests that disabled children, sadly, are more likely to be abused than children without disabilities," said Ofsted deputy chief inspector John Goldup.

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