The purpose of this pilot study is to translate the Dutch educational Board game "SeCZ TaLK" into English, validate its use across cultures, and evaluate how useful it is and how it is used by youth with childhood-onset disabilities or ongoing (chronic) health conditions in Canada
Concussion is on the rise among youth involved in organized sports. This project plans to develop, implement, and evaluate a concussion strategy aimed at coaches, parents and youth throughout Hamilton minor sports with the ultimate goal to reduce the incidence of concussion.
The ‘F-words for Child Development’ is a family-centred, strengths-based framework that supports child health and development. No study has evaluated the strategies used to apply the F-words or the impact of the F-words on families, service providers, and organizations.
Research study developed to understand siblings experiences with their brother or sister with a brain-based disability (i.e., autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder or spina bifida) who is in high school and preparing for health care transition in Ontario.
In this study, we want to learn what today’s parents want, need and expect from healthcare services. With this information, we will develop a new tool (MPOC 2.0) that healthcare organizations will be able to use to determine how well they meet the needs of the families they serve. We will also develop information for service providers about what families need and how professionals can best meet those needs.