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Children with OCD: Identifying Acceptable Support Strategies for Parents: Co-Assist Research Project

Saturday 17th October 2020
12:00pm - 12:30pm
Presented by
Emma Sowden, Project researcher, The University of Manchester.

Rebecca Pedley, Project Chief Investigator, The University of Manchester.
Debbie Robinson, Co-Assist parent co-researcher, The University of Manchester.
Ashley Fulwood, From OCD-UK and Co-Assist collaborator.

Presentation subject

This presentation explores the need for the Co-Assist Research Project which is being supported by OCD-UK. OCD often develops in childhood and parents/carers play a key role in supporting children with OCD. What we know is that parent/carers often find their support role difficult and not all parents/carers receive the support they need.

The aim of the Co-Assist research project is to undertake development work to better support parents/carers of children with OCD.

Emma Sowden
Emma Sowden
Ashley Fulwood and Rebecca Pedley at the OCD-UK conference in Glasgow.
Ashley Fulwood and Rebecca Pedley at the OCD-UK conference in Glasgow.

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This presentation took place at the online virtual OCD-UK conference on Saturday 17th October 2020. The webinar was hosted live via Zoom to a watching audience.
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