Research Study

EXPLORING EFFECTS SENSORY RELATED BEHAVIOURS OF CHILDREN WITH ASD ON FAMILY OCCUPATIONS

Please read below information regarding research that parents may wish to participate in –

Ciara Crowley and Aisling Whelan, Occupational Therapy Students from University College Cork are conducting a research project to explore, identify and record how the sensory related behaviours of a child with ASD can affect a family and their typical daily activities. The study will help Occupational Therapists better understand the experiences of families with children with ASD.

If you wish to participate in this research please follow the link to obtain more information -https://docs.google.com/a/umail.ucc.ie/document/d/1-Vb63NpkaltyC8AFOJ5MQZSiIIitAC1VotSRcv0lP8Q/edit

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