Research into experiences of receiving behavioural support - UK. Can you help?
about diverse families’ experiences of receiving behavioural support and how it may be improved
Lucie Bowden writes:
I am conducting a study about diverse families’ experiences of receiving behavioural support (ABA or PBS) for their autistic children/children with learning disabilities as part of my Master’s research at the Tizard Centre, University of Kent.
I am looking for diverse parents/carers (i.e., ethnically, culturally, linguistically or racially diverse, or come from a mixed family background, or a member of the LGBTQIA+, neurodivergent or disabled community) of autistic children/children with learning disabilities who have experience of receiving UK based behavioural support for this child.
I am interested in learning about diverse families’ experiences of receiving behavioural support, and how these may be improved to support diverse families better.
The project is being supervised by Suzy Mejía-Buenaño and has been approved by Tizard Centre Ethics Committee. Ethical approval documentation can be provided upon request.
Please get in touch with me if you can help or have questions -