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Parent Carer Survey about FASD diagnosis

21-Apr-2017Parent Carer Survey about FASD diagnosis

Improving screening for young children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.

Are you currently caring for a young child who has been diagnosed with a fetal alcohol spectrum disorder?

We are seeking parents and carers currently raising a young child who has been diagnosed with a FASD to take part in the first stage of a research project aiming to enhance the screening of young children suspected of having FASD. 

We would like to invite you to participate in a telephone interview to discuss the challenges experienced by children with a FASD that you are caring for, or have cared for.

You will be reimbursed for your time with a $20 Cole Myer gift-card.

If you would like to participate, please contact Stewart McDougall, or leave a message with your contact details and we will contact you

Telephone or SMS

(08) 8302 2983 or 0433 670 749

Email

Stewart.mcdougall@unisa.edu.au

Surveymonkey link

Provide contact details and we will contact you

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7QLSPH7


We understand the challenges associated with obtaining a diagnosis may mean that you strongly believe that a child has FASD but has not received a diagnosis yet. If this describes your situation, please contact the research to discuss your potential participation in the research project.

This project has been approved by the University of South Australia’s Human Research Ethics Committee. In accordance with ethics procedures, data will only be accessible by the researchers and confidential data will be securely stored by UniSA for 5-years prior to being destroyed.

If you have any ethical concerns about the project or questions about your rights as a participant, please contact Vicki Allen, the Executive Officer of the Ethics Committee, Tel: +61 8 8302 3118; Email: Vicki.allen@unisa.edu.au




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