Please see below a request for support
“Survey on awareness of multisensory impairment/deaf blindness amongst teachers
Information about this survey:
We would like to understand what teachers know about deafblindness or multisensory impairment and how they change their practice to support children and young people with combined hearing and vision difficulties.
We would be extremely grateful if you could take a moment to complete this anonymous survey. You will be asked to answer questions on your awareness of deafblindness or multisensory impairment and how accessible your services are for people with combined hearing and vision difficulties.
Eligibility: Any teacher in the UK.
Time requirements: Approximately 15 minutes.
Confidentiality: No personal information is collected and your participation is anonymous. All information from your participation in this research will be collected and stored in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, 2018).
Your rights: Participation in this study is voluntary and deciding not to participate will not affect you in any way
For any questions: This study is being conducted by Dr Saima Rajasingam & Dr Eldre Beukes at Anglia Ruskin University in collaboration with Dr Peter Simcock at Birmingham City University. For any questions please contact [email protected].
Ethical Approval: Faculty Research Ethics Panel of Anglia Ruskin University (FREP/SREP number: ETH2122-0807)