What Trinity Researchers are doing for children and young people during COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned everyone's lives upside down. However, as in all times of change, some lives are affected more than others, and in different ways. Researchers across Trinity College Dublin have been in lockdown and off campus, however they continue to be as active as ever, seeking to understand the worlds of children and young people during the crisis, sharing their expertise to support children, parents, schools and fellow researchers, as well as adapting their existing research in the face of a very different research landscape.
Trinity's researchers have been working hard to help in any way they can. Here we provide examples of how they have been harnessing their expertise to support children, young people and their families during this difficult time.