Engagement in physical activity (exercise) is an important part of rehabilitation for children with acquired brain injury (ABI).

The aim of this current research is to explore parents' perceptions regarding participation in physical activity for their child with an ABI. This information is important as it can be used to inform and improve policy and practice.

Participants will be asked to answer a brief demographic questionnaire via an online survey. They will then take part in in a telephone or Skype interview (up to 30 minutes; at a time convenient to you) which will explore their personal experiences with and perceptions of engaging their child with ABI in physical activity.

Participants must be the parent or primary caregiver of a child aged 8 to 17 years-old with a moderate acquired brain injury, who did not have any cognitive or physical disabilities prior to their injury.

Participants must live in the UK and must be able to speak English fluently.

Full details of the study, including information and a quick questionnaire, can be found here.

Name of researcher: Elizabeth Exall Email

Elizabeth is based at the University of Nottingham