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Our Centre is currently closed to the public. Our staff are working hard to support people by phone and in-person for urgent food and medical supplies. Our phone lines are very busy and our normal answering machine facility is not working at the moment. Please bear with us if you do not get through the first time - we are here!
We are working closely with Exeter City Council and Wellbeing Exeter in a joint effort to support local people during this pandemic. If you need support for yourself or an older person in Exeter, please complete the online form by clicking HERE or call the Exeter Community Wellbeing Helpline on 01392 265000 (Mon-Fri 09.00-17.00, Sat-Sun 09.00-12.00).
Age UK has also produced a new guide about coronavirus (COVID-19) that includes information about the symptoms of the virus, how you can reduce the risk of catching the virus and spreading it to others, and how you can continue to look after yourself and others. It includes a useful organisations section with helpful signposts to other sources of specialist information. VIEW IT HERE
Exeter Community Wellbeing has been set up to assist individuals and community groups to help and support each other during this challenging time. They would like to hear from individuals, community groups or networks who would like to offer activities or support. Find out more here.
The NHS is also asking volunteers who can drive and get out and about and also for those willing to support patients by phone. Details for this can be found here:www.goodsamapp.org/NHS
The cafe is temporarily closed due to the Coronavirus.
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