For a summary of information, evidence, insight and findings, from the 100 Families WA Full Report – a product of three years engagement alongside 400 families, down the document here 100 Families WA Summary Report
This report presents the findings collected from the 100 Families WA supplementary survey which investigated 100 Families WA COVID-19 Findings he social impact of COVID-19 on families experiencing hardship.
Some of the key issues presented are:
• Accessing services during the pandemic and families’ experiences of this
• Meeting the educational needs of children within the home
• Changes to income and the impacts thereof
This report presents the results of the 100 Families baseline survey.
The survey examined domains including demographics, family and household composition, income, material deprivation, social and personal connections, health status, employment status, mental health outcomes, substance use, wellbeing and adverse life experiences. The survey also presented families involved with the opportunity to provide answers to open ended questions. From these findings, the baseline report was developed.
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