Dear occupational therapy practitioners,
We are researchers from the University of South Dakota, USA, and we are conducting a research study entitled: “The Extent to which Occupational Therapy Interventions Address the Well-Being Needs of Caregivers”.
In this research study, we hope to gather information that will help us understand the extent to which occupational therapy practitioners address the well-being needs of caregivers for their service recipients. We also want to know occupational therapy practitioners’ opinions regarding how important it is to address the wellbeing needs of the caregivers for their service recipients.
We are asking you to participate in this research study because you are a practicing occupational therapy practitioner and therefore you are in a position to provide us with the information to help us understand this issue. Responding to the questionnaire through the link provided below implies consent to participate in the research study. Participation in the study is anonymous and you are not required to provide any identifying information. Also, there are no negative consequences if you choose not to participate in the study, and even if you choose to participate, you can stop at any time. It will take about 10 to15 minutes of your time to respond to the survey questionnaire. If you choose to participate in this study as explained above, please, click on the link below to access the survey questionnaire.
Thank you very much for participating in our research study. Your insights on this issue are invaluable.
Moses N. Ikiugu, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA
Mackenzie Feldhacker, OTD, OTR/L, CLT-LANA
Keelan Bialas, BS
Sydney Korn, BA