- The therapist creates her clients’ records; therefore, she does not need parents’ permission to use the information for research purposes.
- If it is the best interests of the community that the children participate in the study, parental permission is optional.
- The superintendent of the school system can give permission for children to be in the study; therefore, the therapist doesn’t have to ask the parents for permission
- The parents of the children might feel pressure to give permission to the therapist to use their children’s data so that she will continue to provide services to their children.
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