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Have you taken your child to physical therapy?

We are looking to speak to a parent for 30 minutes about your experience taking your child to physical therapy for a user research interview - We're offering $50 for 30 minutes of your time

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We're looking to speak to a parent for 30 minutes about your experience taking your child to physical therapy for a user research interview - We're offering $50 for 30 minutes of your time
We're embarking on an exciting study aimed at revolutionizing pediatric physical therapy (PT), and we value your input immensely. As a parent of a child who has undergone PT, your experiences and perspectives are vital to our research. This project is centered on uncovering the unmet needs within pediatric PT services and exploring avenues for enhancement.
We're particularly interested in your thoughts on integrating technology into care, specifically through a texting service for regular health check-ins.
By contributing your views, you'll help us shape a future where pediatric PT is more connected, responsive, and personalized, directly impacting the improvement of care and support for children undergoing physical therapy
You must answer and pass the screening questions.
Questions:
1. Are you a parent?
2. Have you brought your kid to physical therapy?
3. What condition?
a. Autism/Neurological
b. Concussion/Sports Injury
c. Traumatic Accident
d. Birth/Developmental
8. Rate how good the communication between the PT and yourself was (1-10?)
9. How much would you pay for a service to text your physical therapist?

Reply to this help request or go to this website to sign up for a call - https://movemintpt.carrd.co/.

Compensation

$50

next_week  Brett Wischow asked for help with Have you taken your child to physical therapy? • about 2 months ago

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Deadline: Tue Apr 16, 2024 (about 1 month from now)