Two Covid-19 Research Projects Looking For Families To Take Part

25 August 2020

Two organisations are looking for your opinions about support during lockdown.

The National Children’s Bureau are looking for families, including those with a disabled child, to give their opinion about the government’s support for children and families during the pandemic in order to influence future policy making. It involves monthly interviews and participants will receive a £10 shopping voucher per interview. The research is interested in issues such as:

  • How have you and your family been affected by nursery and school closures?
  • How has the lockdown influenced your families’ wellbeing?
  • How have the changes to children’s services affected your family?

You can find out more here.

Ambitious about Autism would like to find out more about how autistic children and young people aged 0-25 have been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.

This survey is optional and should take around 10 minutes to complete. It can be completed by young people aged 16 and over, or parents, carers or relatives on behalf of a child or young person of any age. Plus there’s the opportunity to win a £50 Love2Shop voucher!

You can find out more about the survey here.

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