My name is Ryan and I am currently a Year 12 student. Our Design & Technology class has been given the task of designing a new product to help someone with a disability of our choice. I have chosen to create a product to aid someone who has ADHD, and therefore this questionaire will aim to provide insight as to the needs and wants of people diagnosed with this condition.
Throughout the course of this survey, you will be asked a series of questions to help me identify what are some key and important features necessary for a new product designed to help those with ADHD.

What is your gender?

What is your current year level?

If 'Parent', please answer the following questions about a/your child diagnosed with ADHD.

What is the most difficult part about having ADHD? *

List some effects the condition has on you in your day-to-day life *

What sort of environment do you feel the effects of ADHD the most in?

Do you feel you would need an aid more at home, school, work etc.

What sort of situations do you find yourself struggling with due to your ADHD?

What do you believe are some key features needed in a product designed for people with ADHD need?

Do you believe that how a new product looks is important? *

Would you want the product to teach you something?

If you would want the product to let you learn, what would you want it to teach you?

E.g. How things fit together, basic shapes, how things work...
The HOKKI Stool is a product designed for people with ADHD, with the base of the stool being rounded to allow for the user to roll around on it as they sit and work. Have you heard of this product before?

Based on the description given before, do you believe the HOKKI Stool is a helpful aid for someone with ADHD?

What features do you believe make the HOKKI Stool helpful?

Is there anything that you think could improve the HOKKI Stool to make it more helpful?

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.

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