Sunnerdahls Handikappfond and Stiftelsen Sävstaholm both have approved new funding to research projects about children and disabilities.
Karin Bertills, researcher at the School of Education and Communication, has received 100 000 SEK from Sunnerdahls Handikappfond for the project "Students in need of special support in Physical Education and Health – teaching style, grading and students’ self-efficacy". More on the project
Lena Olsson, PhD-student at the School of Health Sciences, has received 200 000 SEK from Sunnerdals Handikappfond for the project "Service utilization among children with mild intellectual disability and their families". She has also, for the same project, received 500 000 SEK from Stiftelsen Sävstaholm. More on the project
Frida Lygnegård, PhD-student at the School of Health Sciences, has received 200 000 SEK from Sunnerdahls Handikappfond and 282 000 SEK from Stiftelsen Sävstaholm for the project "Self-reported Participation for Adolescents with Disabilities and long-term Health Conditions". More on the project
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