In the short to medium term, the project shared the ideas, tactics and spatial changes that families have found helpful at home, so that you and others might be able to benefit from these ideas. The proposed 'Home Hacks', alongside the diverse ideas generated through the At Home with Children social media community, forms the basis of the 'Home Hack Toolkit'. These ideas have the potential to help alleviate the psychological and social impacts of enforced proximities, which can sometimes conflict in the home. 

The study is also has a long-term benefit, resulting in policy recommendations for liveable housing design and standards that will be relevant across both England and Scotland.

Read more about our various outputs HERE.