Survey from NTU with $10 Voucher

Invitation to Participate

Currently,  a group of Psychology undergraduates from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) are doing a survey from January till February. They are currently working on a research study on parenting of children with special needs and they  would like to invite you to participate in this study. You will receive a $10 Cold Storage voucher as a token of appreciation for your participation (only for Singapore residents).



Purpose of The Study



The purpose of this study is to investigate the process of resilience in parents of children with special needs, including Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This study will help us to understand the challenges of parenting and also different factors that may affect parents’ level of resilience in face of these challenges.

Usefulness of This Study



We believe that investigation in this topic of study will be able to benefit not only the parents, but also the children concerned as the well-being of the parents ultimately affects the caretaking of these children as well. Hence, they sincerely hope for your participation as it will be very helpful to this research study.
How To Participate



This study will only take about 30 minutes. You can participate in this study by filling up your responses online via

http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/survey-intro.zgi?p=WEB228EQA5 Q85H

You may enter the website anytime in the months of January and February 2009. Upon  receiving your completed responses, they will mail the voucher to your home. This survey is open to all including overseas participants.  However, the $10 voucher will only be sent to Singapore residents.   

Survey ends on 28-Feb-2009.

Need More Details?

If you have any questions regarding this study, please feel free to contact Huda at 94388715 or siti0019@ntu.­edu.sg, or their project supervisor Dr. Chang Weining at weiningc@ntu.­edu.sg. They would be more than pleased to provide you with more details on the research project.


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