Date of Completion


Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


Localized Lockdowns, Families, Intrafamilial aspects, Impacts


Due to the continuous enforcement of the COVID-19 localized lockdown in the Philippines, restrictions continue to change the way most people live. Restriction measures imposed to contain the pandemic have had and will continue to have dramatic indirect and hidden economic, social, and cultural consequences for the world's most vulnerable groups. Keeping this in mind, it is critical to constantly monitor these methods especially in the intrafamilial setting in order to enhance the overall response. The study aims to identify which gaps should be made a priority in order to guarantee optimal lifestyle conditions despite the imposed restrictions. The study utilized a descriptive quantitative research design and found the purposive sampling design to be the most suitable method to gather respondents. A survey-questionnaire was given to respondents who are currently enrolled as Grade 11 or Grade 12 students of De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute. A total of 205 Senior High School students from De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences institute took part in this study. After a statistical analysis, results suggest that most families were slightly to moderately affected by the localized lockdown with regard to different intrafamilial aspects. For future studies it is recommended to assess the overall impact of the lockdown as this study focused on the perceived impacts by itself. Furthermore, this research suggests that while considerably minimal effects were experienced, these impacts must nonetheless still be addressed in order to maintain an ideal lifestyle even amidst the different restrictions.

First Advisor

Nancy Deluta