Parent Survey on Physical Therapy Services For Children with Developmental Disabilities

Information courtesy of Riley Child Development Center and Indiana University

The Riley Child Development Center and Indiana University are researching the perceived value and access to physical therapy services for children with Developmental Disabilities. If you would like to help, you can contribute to their research by completing a brief survey.  The survey should take about fifteen minutes to complete. Your responses will help researchers better understand the challenges that people with Developmental Disabilities face related to physical therapy, and any barriers that may need to be addressed in order to improve access and family satisfaction of physical therapy services.

The survey is here.

For questions, contact the researchers Stephanie Tellus at or Deanna Proimos at  The Riley Child Development Center provides interdisciplinary diagnosis of children that have known or suspected developmental delays, behavior and/or learning problems, and stressful life situations. Learn more at

Doug Schmidt
Director of Communications
The Fifth Freedom Network

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