Do you currently work from home? We want to hear from you!

By Julie Dorsey, October 28, 2021

Study on working from home during COVID-19

We are a group of Occupational Therapy graduate students at Ithaca College conducting research as part of our master’s degree. We are interested in learning about your lived experiences during the transition to working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, we are interested in how this transition may have affected your work, routines, roles, and overall well-being. We are asking you to complete a 10-15 minute survey that reflects on your own experiences working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

You can skip questions or withdraw from the survey at any time. All responses will be kept anonymous and no identifying information will be asked. Once the survey is submitted, you will be redirected to a separate survey to enter to win a $10 Amazon gift card as a thank you for participating in this study. Entry in the raffle is optional and your email address will not be attached to your survey responses maintaining anonymity. If at any point during or after the survey you feel triggered or in distress, please contact the Tompkins County Mental Health Services (607-274-6200) or their crisis line (607-272-1616).

This study is using a snowball sample recruitment strategy; therefore it is appreciated if you would consider passing this invitation along to people you know who are working from home for an employer in Tompkins County. 

The survey should take between 10-15 minutes to complete.  If you are interested, please click the link below: Survey CLICK HERE

If you have questions, please contact our faculty advisor.

Thank you!

Kelsey Espenhorst, Abby Frank, Jillian Leb, Haley Nathan, McKenzie Perkins, Lucy Reid, Heather Solomon, Emma Somerville, Alyssa Wiegand

Faculty Advisor:

Julie Dorsey, OTD, OTR/L, CEAS, FAOTA

Professor and Chair, Department of Occupational Therapy

Ithaca College


flyer with study information

Survey Flyer

Flyer with study information