Study recruitment: Delphi Study on optimal goal setting practices for school-aged children with a disability or delay
An allied health professional clinician or researcher with experience with school-aged children (5<18 years) who have disabilities or delays?
WE WANT YOU:
To take part in our online survey. This is a Delphi study which will involve three electronic survey rounds. The first round will take approximately 45 minutes.
WHAT IS THIS ABOUT?
This study aims to gain expert consensus on goal setting practices recommended for use with school-aged children who have a disability or delay. It will achieve this through clarification of best-practice tools, strategies, and procedures which facilitate successful goal setting with children and families. Results have the potential to improve future goal setting with school-aged children with disabilities or delays for paediatric intervention.
You may open the survey in your web browser by clicking this link:
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Associate Professor Leanne Johnston1
Dr Tanya Rose1
Associate Professor Laura Miller2
1School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, The University of Queensland (UQ).
2School of Allied Health, Australia Catholic University (ACU)