Are you a parent of a child around age 3 years? Ever curiously wondered about how your child’s independence develops as they grow? Why not join on us on finding out!
We are currently looking for parents of children age 3 years to join a research study. The study seeks to find out how children’s independence in daily activities changes as they grow older.
For some children, independence in daily activities such as dressing, washing and making decisions comes naturally. But for many they need a little help and guidance to figure out these new challenges. Understanding how children’s independence develops will give us clues about how parents and professionals can best help and guide children.
We are still looking for children across a wide range of abilities and levels of independence. Parents and children living in England are eligible to participate.
As part of the study one of the child’s parents are asked to complete a short online questionnaire online. We ask the parent to complete this every six months, for a total of 3 years.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or see https://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/lbrewer2/2020/09/20/information-for-parents-and-carers-on-the-easier-study/ for further information.