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A quick survey - research into the care of CP - to what extent is technological support possible?

Hi!

I am a post-graduate university student conducting a project looking into the design of a potential technological / robotic system which aims to provide some support to parents / carers of individuals with CP, aiding them by reducing the quantity of tasks / actions that have to be considered when delivering quality care.

I have developed a very brief questionnaire, just to get a little bit of information in regards to the different ways aid is given to an individual with CP, in order to make preliminary design judgments. This information should allow me to identify the key areas that carers would appreciate assistance, and those areas where it would be a waste of time / resources designing a particular feature.

I would hugely appreciate your input - hopefully it will lead to simpler and more efficient care of those individuals who have cerebral palsy in the future!

A link to the survey can be found here: https://lboro.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/defin ... culties-fa

Have a nice day!

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  • Adrian_ScopeAdrian_Scope Posts: 4,392Administrator Scope community team
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  • forgoodnesssakeforgoodnesssake Posts: 244Member Pioneering
    Done it, but there was a duplicate question and a lot of over simplification/combining of too many issues in one question/answer.  So  not sure that my answers will be particularly useful...also just a heads up; "people with CP"  NOT "people who suffer from CP"...
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