Are you a parent of a child with significant communication difficulties?
Hi everyone, I hope it's okay to post this.
I am an MSc Augmentative and Alternative Communication student at the University of Dundee, Scotland. As a part of my dissertation project, I am investigating the experiences and attitudes of parents of children with significant communication problems who *do* or *do not* use an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) device. I would like to ask you to fill in an online questionnaire focusing on the general demographics of your family as well as your experiences as a parent. If you are a parent of a child who uses an AAC device, you will be additionally asked to answer questions regarding your experiences with the device.
The study will be conducted online at aacstudy2016.uk
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