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Child development

 

Within our Child Development Fund, we are interested in the psychological and behavioural development of our children, and particularly in certain neurodevelopmental conditions and the factors that influence them.  To that end we fund:

Throughout the COVID19 pandemic we have strived to keep our research streams running as close to normal as possible. Nevertheless, you may notice some changes to previous years deadlines. Please bear with us as we navigate these unprecedented times.

For 2020/2021 we have calls for research projects that focus on one of five themes
relating to child development: Rolandic Epilepsy, ADHD, Motor Impairment, Sleep and or exercise and Diet and/or the microbiome (note diet call has already closed for 2021 funding).

We are currently inviting applications for research funding into Rolandic Epilepsy or ADHD (deadline Sunday October 11 th , 2020) and look forward to supporting projects that complement our research interests in these areas. As always, we remain particularly interested in research related to neurodevelopmental disorders and their co-occurrence. For more information about the specifics of this call please visit our deadlines page.


**Please note there is a change in the application process and format that we are trialling for this call which we hope will make the application processes speedier for all! For more information regarding the new application procedure, please visit our application guidelines page **


We also fund some non-research practical projects, including

and to a lesser extent

  • Practical projects (applications accepted all year).

Some examples of organisations which TWF has provided grant support to can be found here. Some useful publications and web links relating to the Child Development fund can be found here. Please note the application procedures for both Dissemination and Practical projects remains unchanged to previous years.