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Contact: Dr. Helen Taylor
Phone: 0191 2821379

FEEDS: Focus on Early Eating, Drinking and Swallowing Review

This is a: Survey
Date: April 24, 2018
Link: Website
Organization: Newcastle University, together with researchers from Exeter and South East England
Audience: Parents & Medical Professionals

Do you work with children and young people who have neurodevelopmental difficulties and eating, drinking or swallowing difficulties? Would you be interested in taking part in a survey about interventions recommended to families of young children with neurodevelopmental difficulties who have eating, drinking or swallowing difficulties to try at home? The “FEEDS: Focus on Early Eating, Drinking and Swallowing review” has been funded by the UK National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Health Technology Assessment programme (the research arm of the NHS). The study aims to find out about the interventions recommended for children with neurodevelopmental difficulties who have eating, drinking or swallowing difficulties. The survey is open to healthcare professionals who work with children who have eating and drinking difficulties and any developmental disability, for example cerebral palsy, brain injury, autism, Down’s syndrome and other genetic conditions. You will have the chance to enter a draw to win one of five £100 vouchers as a thank you for your time in completing the survey.

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Contact: Kate Van Vuren
Phone: (206) 697-2127

Pediatric Feeding Disorder: Caregiver Perspectives on Child Health Care in the Latino Community

This is a: Survey
Date: April 25, 2019
Link: Website
Organization: Arizona State University’s (ASU) Department of Speech and Hearing Science
Audience: Parents & Medical Professionals

Arizona State University’s (ASU) Department of Speech and Hearing Science is interested in learning more about the perspectives of Latino(a) parents of children with difficulty eating, the resources they consult to best support their children, and the cultural implications of care for their children. The information collected in this survey will give service providers valuable information to best support culturally sensitive practices. All responses are anonymous and voluntary but may be shared outside of ASU’s Department of Speech and Hearing Science. If you are interested in participating please visit the website below. English Version- https://asu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d5w5wbIPCMISuW1 Spanish Version- https://asu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3rVnQB5PwO7xGGp

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Contact: Kate Van Vuren
Phone: 206 697 2127

Trastornos alimentarios pediátricos: Perspectivas de los cuidadores sobre la atención de la salud infantil en la comunidad latina

This is a: Survey
Date: April 25, 2018
Link: Website
Organization: La Junta de Revisión Institucional de la Universidad Estatal de Arizona (ASU)
Audience: Parents & Medical Professionals

El Departamento de Fonoaudiología de la Universidad de Arizona (ASU) está interesado en aprender más sobre las perspectivas de los padres latinos de niños(as) con dificultad al comer, los recursos que consultan para apoyar mejor a sus niño(as) y las implicaciones culturales delcuidado para sus niños(as). La información recogida en esta encuesta y dará a los profesionales información valiosa para apoyar mejor las prácticas culturalmente sensibles. Todas las respuestas son anónimas y voluntarias pero pueden ser compartidas fuera del Departamento de Fonoaudiología de la ASU. Si está interesado en participar por favor visite el sitio web a continuación. Versión Ingles- https://asu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d5w5wbIPCMISuW1 Versión Español- https://asu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3rVnQB5PwO7xGGp