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Continuing that Connection – Case Study on how Barnardo’s evolved in Light of COVID-19



A recently published case study details how a well-known children’s charity explored developing their services in response to social distancing measures because of the Coronavirus outbreak.

'Peer-to-peer services normally take the shape of face-to-face meet-ups or social activities. But in light of current events, where social distancing is one of many measures we have to consider and engage in, the meet-ups can also be virtual.'

Charitable initiative Catalyst reported on how national children’s charity Barnardo’s continued to provide support to their front-line staff and youth colleagues amid the pandemic, showing an example to inspire others of how technology could be used to adapt services through online communities.

For more information, and to read the case study in full, visit the Catalyst website.



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