Are you the parent of a child with ADHD? If so it would be great if you could complete this questionnaire. Josie Booth and colleagues at the Universities of Edinburgh and Strathclyde are leading research projects around physical activity and children with ADHD. Currently, their work involves developing physical activity programmes which can be especially beneficial for children with ADHD. These programmes take various forms but generally include active play and physically active games which are fun and engaging for children and young people (playing rounder’s for example).
They strongly believe that parents are the experts when it comes to what is best for their child. Therefore, they have created a short survey to get parents’ views on what they think researchers should be working on around physical activity and ADHD. The survey will also help them to find out how best to put a research study into practice. It will take no longer than 10 minutes to complete the survey.
The survey is open until 18th July.