Online support services 'less effective' than face-to-face sessions


Moving intervention services for children online during the coronavirus crisis may result in disadvantaged young people receiving less effective support, new research has warned.

Just three per cent of online services were carried out face-to-face, the EIF found. Picture: Adobe Stock
Just three per cent of online services were carried out face-to-face, the EIF found. Picture: Adobe Stock

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