Thank you for visiting the F-words in Childhood Disability Knowledge Hub and for taking the time to provide us with feedback.
The Knowledge Hub was created by an integrated team of families and children's health researchers at CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research. The purpose of the Knowledge Hub is to have one place where people can go to learn about and share ideas for moving the F-words (Function, Family, Fitness, Fun, Friends, and Future) into practice.
There are six main sections in the Knowledge Hub: 1) The F-words Homepage; 2) ICF Resources; 3) F-words Footprint; 4) Family & Clinician Voices; 5) F-words Tools; and 6) F-words Research Team. We hope you have taken some time to explore the Knowledge Hub. Once you have a general understanding of the Knowledge Hub, please take a moment to share your feedback with us.
The following survey explores your thoughts on the Knowledge Hub. This is an anonymous survey and your participation is voluntary. By clicking 'next' and completing the survey questions you have given consent to participate.
The survey is divided into three sections: 1) Background Information; 2) Ideas about Usefulness; and 3) Use.
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The F-words in Childhood Disability Research Team
There are 37 questions in this survey.