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Research in Pediatrics & Neonatology

Parents and Early Childhood Professionals Want a Website on Torticollis

Submission: October 11, 2019; Published: November 07, 2019

ISSN : 2576-9200
Volume3 Issue5

Abstract

Purpose: There is a lack of research on the need for and desirability of a website on torticollis for parents. Thus, this study determined the desirability of a website with information for parents of young children on torticollis.

Methods: Parents (n=226) and professionals who work with children ages birth-to-5 years (n=68) completed an online survey.

Results: Most parents (76%) and professionals (76%) reported knowing nothing or very little about torticollis. Ninety-five percent of parents thought that a website could help parents learn more about torticollis. However, parents and professionals thought that a website tailored towards parents was needed and that current available resources were not helpful or needed improvement. Both parents and professionals identified key information that the website should include.

Conclusion: Both parents and professionals expressed a desire for a website on torticollis that is tailored towards parents.

Keywords: Torticollis; Website; Parenting; Physical therapy; Pediatrics

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