Are you interested in talking about physio and adult CP?
‘Are you interested in talking about your experiences of physiotherapy?’
What: a research study about what adults with cerebral palsy think about physiotherapy and physiotherapy services.
Why: Physiotherapy and other services are important to optimise the health of adults living with CP, and yet little is known about what adults with CP think about physiotherapy.
Who can take part: adults over the age of 18 years with cerebral palsy of any type or severity.
How: one face-to-face interview with a researcher from Brunel University London
Where: your home or Brunel University London or a quiet location convenient to you and the researcher.
Interested? Contact [email protected]
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