hi everyone! first off, sorry if this isnt allowed!
But basically, I'm a third year psych student desperately trying to get participants for my dissertation. I'm looking at links between parental boredom on children's emotional outcomes. If you fancy doing a short survey, I'd really appreciate the perspectives you can give me!
Hi there! We are inviting parents whose kids are younger than 7 years of age to fill out our survey on storytelling robots. This survey is part of a study being conducted by Indiana University that aims at investigating parental acceptance and attitudes of storytelling robots for their kids and will inform the future design of robots for kids.
It should not take more than 15-20 minutes of your time. Two hundred participants will be randomly selected following a random drawing to receive a $5 Amazon credit (a digital gift card for Amazon shopping). The survey was distributed on February 7, 2018, and the drawing will be conducted on March 1, 2018. After March 1, you can complete the survey if you choose, but you will not receive any compensation for doing so. Personal identifiable information will only be collected for payment records.
For more information about the study: contract the researchers at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. For general information about participant rights, contact the Indiana University Institutional Review Board at (812) 856-4242 or via email at email@example.com.
Please help the University of Maryland Department of Pediatrics by completing a very brief survey on the desirability for a website on torticollis for parents (see link below). Also, we would appreciate it if you could please distribute the survey to colleagues and parents and/or post the Facebook message (see below) on your Facebook page!
Are you a parent (or other legal guardian) of a child birth-5 years of age? Or, are you a professional who works with children birth-5 years of age? Do you have access to the internet?
Please help us with an important study!
The purpose of this study is to determine the desirability of a website on torticollis for parents.
Please help by completing this brief survey to let us know what you would think is important on the website. The survey is completely anonymous and should take no more than 10 minutes.
Eligibility: You must be either a legal guardian of a child 5 years of age or younger or a professional who works with children 5 years of age or younger. You must also be at least 18 years old and read and write in English to participate.
Hey Stay at Home Parents! I work at a nonprofit that provides financial education/ resources and were investigating the social/budgeting money challenges faced by stay at home parents. Our intention is to create a digital platform to reach parents to ease these challenges. Please help by filling out this 4 question survey and help your fellow SAHP's! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TS9LGGM
I’m feeling a little lost and thought this might be a place to find direction. I am a SAHM to a 4 year old. I was doing part time childcare for one boy until it abruptly ended in November. I also run a tiny homeschool cooperative, currently attended by only two other children. One of the parents recently indicated that her son is on a wait list for the local preschool where he will presumably receive more socialization than our tiny group can provide. I feel adrift now that the two things I did other than direct parenting are falling apart. I’m not sure if I should seek another child to watch in our home because most looking for care are now significantly younger than my daughter or if I should find a part time job.
In terms of career, I am forty three and do not have a career to return to (I was a graphic designer and let those skills stagnate). I’m not feeling very confident in any area, so I feel like I should find just a “job” rather than a career, but one that would allow for at least part time homeschooling of my child for the next several years.
Has anyone been in this situation? What did you end up doing to balance parenting after the child reached preschool/school age?
I am sure you are always looking for resources to keep your kids busy. I wanted to let you all know about a new sub-reddit created to promote your kids' videos about books and toys.
I have posted a few of the latest videos by my daughter Neha about her favorite books she is reading and some toys she has reviewed. Feel free to submit any related videos or articles that helps kids and parents.
I hope you all stop by and subscribe to the sub as well. Link below:
I realized I need a daily routine to survive being a stay at home Mom. My son has the same naps everyday and same mealtimes but that's about it. I am wanting to set up a routine for myself to have a schedule and for my son as well. Seeing your routines would help give me ideas! Thanks.