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Copy of Research Methods
Transcript of Copy of Research Methods
modifying factors on the effectiveness
of Occupational Therapy using a
Sensory Integration approach. Literature Review Rationale Research Aims Research Questions Hypothesis Methods Research Design Participants What will happen? Data Analysis Family Centered Care Sensory Integration Parental Perspectives Parents know their child better than service providers and may have critical information to contribute to their child’s care. (Gance-Cleveland, 2006) Sensory integration is viewed as a complete process where the brain acts as a whole to register and organize sensory information with the objective of functional ability. (Ayres, 1972) Review Green, 2007 Dunstan &
Griffith, 2008 Cohn, 2001 Literature Family OT The aim of this study is to generate a hypothesis of parents’ perspectives of factors affecting the success of SI therapy.
It aims to explore what adaptions can be made in order to facilitate the success rate of SI therapy in practice. What factors facilitate a successful SI therapy? What factors are detrimental to a SI therapy? Focus groups Grounded Theory
Tradition Homogenous Purposeful Data Collection Tools Audio-Transcript Moderators
Reflective Log Assistant Moderators
Observations Triangulation Ethical consideration Consent Confidentiality Iterative Constant Comparative
Analysis Coding Analysis Recoding Hypothesis (May-Benson-Koomar, 2010) Current Study Convenience Inclusion & Exclusion Qualitative Moderator Assistant
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