Carrie Tbaily, a post-graduate research student at Bournemouth University, is exploring how hydrotherapy (and that includes Halliwick) impacts on the needs of adults with severe or profound and multiple learning disabilities.
Her research aims to investigate how it impacts on social and psychological factors for adults with severe or profound and multiple learning disabilities.
She is asking caregivers (family members, carers, personal assistants, helpers/instructors of swimming clubs for disabled people, physiotherapists etc.) to help with this research.
If you have any swimmers with severe or profound and multiple learning disabilities who usually attend your club, Carrie would love you to be part of her research.
You would be asked to complete a short questionnaire and then a virtual interview with her at a time to suit. This interview would last about 45–60 minutes.
If you would like to take part in this research, follow the link to complete the online consent form and study questionnaire.
Further details can be downloaded by clicking on the poster button and the participant information sheet below.
You can also contact Carrie by email here.