The Data Collecting Process And The Online Survey

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7.1 Introduction and summary This chapter will phase in the presentation of the findings and the analysis from the focus group (phase 1 of the data collecting process) and the online survey (phase 2 of the data collecting process). Online Survey: A total of 3 responses were received from the targeted 7 potential respondents, which constitutes a 43% response rate for the survey. Figure 1: Online survey respondents From the 3 respondents, 100% completed all of the questions and 71% gave additional comments. The responses gathered from the online survey were analysed using the embedded tool from Survey Monkey. Focus Group: A total of 7 responses were received from the targeted 10 potential respondents, which constitutes a 70%…show more content…
Parents and carers feel that not a lot is done to make information transparent 7.2 Results This section starts by presenting the findings obtained from the research, by setting out the results of the focus group completed with the Abilities Group. Furthermore, experience and knowledge of existing employment help and advice services from those with LDD who have accessed these services are summarised along with the results from the parent and carer questionnaires. In more detail, the two areas of the research are examined to provide a case study of the knowledge and personal experiences of employment help and advices services used by young people with LDD, along with their parents and carers conceptualisation of these services. 7.3 Background information of participants in the study Seven participants completed the focus group and three parent and carers completed the questionnaire between November 2015 and February 2016. Before the research began two meetings were attended with the group to firstly meet with group members and secondly to measure their level of understanding and their suitability as participants. The Abilities group host their meetings in small town in Northumberland, with some of the group members living closer to the city and represent a broad spectrum of young adults with LDD. Although some of the members have to travel some distance to attend the meetings they all expressed an interest and
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