Researchers at the University of Toronto are conducting the National Physical Activity Monitoring (NPAM) Study. The purpose of the NPAM study is to understand the daily activities of youth populations (ages 12 – 21 years) with physical disabilities. This includes levels of physical activity, playing sports, watching TV, and other activities in daily life.
The researchers will conduct two telephone interviews. They hope to better understand physical activity trends among youth across Canada, and understand how physical activity programming can be improved to further promote physical activity among youth with physical disabilities.
Participants will have the opportunity to earn $20 upon completion of the study, and can also use the hours spent participating in our study towards community service/volunteer hours.