Caregiver Satisfaction of Telehealth Initiatives for Developmental Surveillance and Evaluation in Pediatric Autism Spectrum Disorder
Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
PURPOSE: To examine parental satisfaction of a telehealth program aimed to improve the identification and diagnosis of pediatric ASD in Northwest Arkansas.
DESIGN/METHODS: caregivers referred to the Access for Autism clinic received a satisfaction survey regarding the telehealth practices the clinic employs. This 5-point Likert scale survey was designed to measure six different constructs associated with telehealth satisfaction: assurance, empathy, reliability, responsiveness, usability, and patient satisfaction
CONCLUSIONS: Telehealth is a suitable alternative to attending medical appointments. The key finding indicated that 40% of caregivers believed the level of care received to be equal in telehealth and in-person appointments.
Telehealth, ASD, Developmental Surveillance, Caregiver Satisfaction
Patel, A. (2022). Caregiver Satisfaction of Telehealth Initiatives for Developmental Surveillance and Evaluation in Pediatric Autism Spectrum Disorder. The Eleanor Mann School of Nursing Undergraduate Honors Theses Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/nursuht/166
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