As all parts of the UK have experienced further restrictions and lockdowns over the past month and with England going back into a second national lockdown this month, monitoring the mental health of children and young people is more important than ever.
The Co-SPACE study continues to monitor parents’ and children’s mental health over this challenging period. Our work has been quoted in this article:
Children and teenagers have also shown emotional, behavioural and attention difficulties during lockdown as their routines, social opportunities and support networks have drastically changed; the effects on them are still being monitored.
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