The following information on this page and associated pages are to help answer any questions you may have about the coronavirus pandemic.
Please do get in touch if you would like any further information or help.
Need someone to talk to?
Call our Time to Talk team on Freephone 0300 303 3691 or SMS 07856 426 940
Contact our friendly HUB team Tel: 01392 459 222 or email email@example.com. We are also available on webchat via our Facebook page.
(This page was last updated 06.12.2021)
5.) There are so much information and news updates about the coronavirus, I don’t know which one to read?
For up to date, factual information, visit GOV.UK or the NHS website. For local facts on the coronavirus we suggest reading the information on your local council website: Devon County Council, Cornwall Council, Somerset County Council and Dorset Council . You could also use the GOV.UK Coronavirus Information Service on WhatsApp. This automated chatbot covers the most common questions about coronavirus. Citizens Advice are also a good source of practical support and information.
10.) Does Coronavirus make you feel anxious, isolated, and at times lonely?
Please call us if you feel anxious, isolated or would just like to hear someone’s voice or make contact with someone, our Time to Talk team is available on Freephone 0300 303 3691 or SMS 07856 426 940. Alternatively, you can contact our friendly HUB team on 01392 459 222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We also offer lots of useful links to help and support on our dedicated Your Wellbeing webpage and have a new counselling service offering you 6 free sessions with a trained counsellor (BSL counsellor available). Counselling is a talking therapy which can help you understand and manage complicated feelings and emotions.
12.) Are you struggling to use technology to keep in touch with family and friends online?
Our friends at AbilityNet help people of any age and with any disability to use technology to achieve their goals at home, at work and in education, why not get in touch with them, call 0800 269 545 or email email@example.com