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How do youth and young adults deal with life’s challenges?


Summary

We want clients (ages 12 to 29) and parents/guardians (any adult family member in a caregiving role) of clients ages 12 to 29 to do an interview about how young people deal with life’s challenges.


Researcher(s)

Dr. Gillian King, Dr. Emily Nalder, Dr. Lisa Chiarello, Dr. Matthew McLarnon, Dr. Yukari Seko, Dr. De-Lawrence Lamptey, C. J. Curran, Dr. Michelle Nelson, Dr. Michelle Servais, Dr. Sarah Munce, Dr. Kate Einarson


Call to action

Are you a youth or young adult, or parent/guardian, of Holland Bloorview OR March of Dimes Canada (Greater Toronto Area - GTA)? Consider participating in our study.


Who can participate

The following people from Holland Bloorview OR March of Dimes Canada (Greater Toronto Area - GTA):

  • Clients aged 12 to 29 (Holland Bloorview: who receive therapy services and are outpatients or day patients) OR
  • Parents/Guardians (any adult family member in a caregiving role) of clients aged 12 to 29 (Holland Bloorview: who receive therapy services and are outpatients or day patients)

Funding agency

CIHR (Canadian Institutes of Health Research)


What's involved

You will do one interview with one researcher. It will be about an hour long. This can be in-person/face-to-face, or done by webcam using Zoom, or done over the phone.


Deadline


Interested in participating

If you are interested in participating in this study or have additional questions, please contact Madhu Pinto at mpinto@hollandbloorview.ca/416-425-6220 extension 3516.


Additional information

Version 1 (04/11/2021) REB# 0429

How do youth and young adults deal with life’s challenges?


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