Callaghan J, Bellussi L, Grant M, Gray C, Komvoki N, Warburton J & Wilson S (2020) Rapid Research in Covid-19 Programme. Report for the Chief Scientist Office. Scottish Government, 2020.. Chief Scientist Office. Edinburgh. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.26764.69763
The aim of the FACE19 study (Families and Children's Experiences of Covid-19) was to explore the pandemic experience of children and families 'known to social care'. This project aimed to understand how "vulnerable" children, young people (CYP) and families experienced social distancing and economic constraint during the Covid-19 outbreak, and to explore and inform third sector social care responses. The following research questions were addressed: 1) How have 'vulnerable' CYP and families been impacted by the Covid-19 outbreak and social distancing? 2) How have third sector organisations adapted their services to address that impact? 3) How has the outbreak impacted the wellbeing of social care staff in the public and voluntary sector? 4) Who have these services reached and who has been 'left out'? 5) What service, community and familial resources and actions have positively impacted these families?
Covid19; Social care; child wellbeing; family wellbeing
|Funders||Chief Scientist Office|
|Publication date online||31/08/2023|
|Place of publication||Edinburgh|