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COVID-19 Vermont Family Impact Survey: The pandemic reveals ongoing challenges for Vermont families


In June of 2020, Let’s Grow Kids, Voices for Vermont’s Children, Building Bright Futures, Hunger Free Vermont, and the Vermont Early Childhood Advocacy Alliance partnered to develop and distribute a survey to Vermont families to gather information on their experiences and challenges related to COVID-19. From closures of child care programs, to social isolation from services and networks, and challenging times for many families financially, many survey respondents expressed significant concerns and struggles during this time. This survey produced 775 complete and valid responses from Vermonters with children under the age of 13. While not a rigorously selected sample, these Vermonters’ stories and this survey’s findings give significant credence to the challenges faced by families during this time. (author abstract)

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