Survey for S-LPs: Telepractice with Late Talkers

Date: 
22 February, 2021
Credit: 
The University of Sydney
Category: 
SAC News
Speech-Language Pathology

Researchers from The University of Sydney are conducting survey research to investigate the experiences of the paediatric S-LPs who provide telepractice with late talkers and their families around the world. They are seeking participation from English-speaking S-LPs who are currently providing telepractice with this population. The information gathered from this survey will contribute to our understanding of current assessment and treatment practices delivered using this modality, as well as barriers and facilitators to successful telepractice with children who are late to talk to inform our service delivery for this population.

This survey is anonymous and the questions do not ask you to identify either yourself or your workplace. The survey should take approximately 20 minutes to complete. You can complete the survey in more than one sitting, as long as you use the same computer and the same web browser. This survey is written in English, with answers needing to be written in English.

Participate in the survey!

Closing Date: April 6, 2021

Please direct queries to Lynn Carson at speech.study@sydney.edu.au


Ethics Approval number: 2020/703