Date of Completion


Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


COVID-19's effects, pandemic lockdown impact, coping mechanisms, parenting


The mental health of society has been jeopardized by an unforeseen shift from traditional to online learning. The COVID-19 viral outbreak is wreaking havoc on Asian businesses, as well as Asian families. Unemployment and supply shortages have had devastating repercussions, causing huge disruptions. World Vision undertook a quick assessment to learn more about COVID-19's effects on children, families, and communities across the country. Students from De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute - Special Health Sciences Senior High School conducted research. The findings of this quantitative study shed light on how the pandemic lockdown impacted DLSMHSI-SHS students' families, particularly Grade 12 students, with an emphasis on mental health, coping mechanisms, parenting, and relationships. Despite the fact that families' experiences varied, with some worsening as a result of the limits, the most common answer was the significance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle as well as ties with their family members. The pandemic, according to the conclusions of this study, provided each family with an opportunity to nurture good qualities such as gratitude. Understanding and learning to cone, and cultivating patience are just a few examples.

First Advisor

Nancy Deluta