You are invited to complete a survey about the accessibility of services for people who stutter (PWS) in Newfoundland and Labrador. This survey is conducted by The Communication Collaborative, which is a cross-sector group of people who stutter (PWS), members of provincial government, public-school teachers, early childhood educators, speech-language pathologists (S-LP), academics, university students, mental health professionals, disability advocates, and members of the Newfoundland and Labrador Stuttering Association (NLSA). We are all brought together around a common goal to address the current needs of people who stutter in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Please continue if you are:
- a person who stutters (PWS) living in Newfoundland or Labrador
- a parent or primary caregiver of a PWS living in NL
- a speech-language pathologist working in NL
- an educator working in NL
If you identify as a member of one of these groups, and wish to take the survey, please click on the appropriate link in the list above to access the relevant survey page. Once there, follow the instructions to provide your informed consent and complete the survey.
The survey takes between 15 to 45 minutes to complete, depending on which category you fall into.
Please note: we have received approval from the NLESD (Newfoundland and Labrador English School District) and our regional health authorities for their employees to complete these surveys.
If you would like further information before you decide to participate, please contact the Principal Investigator, Dr. Paul De Decker, at [pauldd AT mun DOT ca].
Watch Greg talk about this survey on Rogers TV “Out of the Fog”.