Research Participation (Online-UK) – ADHD motor development
The University of Surrey in the UK is undertaking an online research survey into the ‘disconnect between motor milestone achievement and motor development in ADHD with implications for intervention.’
This research project is totally online and each participant can participate in any or all of the sections of the study. It is totally up to each participant on how much they will participate.
Study participant recruitment commences 1 October 2019.
Study participant recruitment will cease on 31 December 2019
Who can participate:
The ADHD group within this study includes parents/caregivers of children aged 8-16 years with a diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
The survey is in English. Participants must be able to complete the survey without the need for a translator.
It’s an online only study conducted by the University of Surrey in England. They are governed by the UK and the university’s privacy and confidentiality laws which can be viewed here.
What does this study involve?
The study is aiming to gain a better understanding of the early development of motor ability in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and children with Developmental Coordination Disorder/Dyspraxia by finding out whether the motor difficulties observed in many children with ADHD are present from infancy.
For further information about participating in this research survey, please download the project flier and contact the researcher Jenna Lee in the UK. The University of Surrey also have an outline of the project and the contacts at the university for download here.
Results from this project will be available in mid/late 2020.