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If you are self-isolating and need support, or if you’re worried about a friend or family member during this time, please contact us on (01983) 525282 or email us direct today.
NHS Covid-19 App
The NHS has launched a new coronavirus app on the Isand, which has been developed in response to the coronavirus pandemic. We are here to answer any questions you may have
What is coronavirus?
How does it spread? What are the symptoms? What should I do if I'm unwell? Find out all the annswers about Coronavirus and how to reduce your risk of catching or spreading Coronavirus.
The Government has asked everyone in the UK to stay at home. This means people who are not at very high risk should only leave the house for limited purposes. Here's what they might mean for you.
Staying At Home
Being asked to stay at home and stop having close contact with family and friends probably sounds difficult. You might be feeling worried, scared, sad or even a bit angry. That’s normal, but it’s important to know you’re not alone.
Social Distancing and Isolation
Social distancing and self-isolation are aimed at reducing close contact with others, however there are some important differences. Here's what they might mean for you.
Looking after our Mental Health
Many of us are feeling anxious and a little on edge about the coronavirus. It’s OK to feel like this – it’s natural, in fact. There are things you can do to feel less anxious.
Preparing to stay at home
Now we're all spending most of our time at home, we may not have the communities around us that we're used to so it is sensible to put a plan in place
Follow us - Stay Connected
Each day we will update you daily, not only with the latest news and advice but with different ways to live well whilst social distancing
Advice on caring for someone you live with
If you provide care and support for an older person who you live with, you may be wondering how to continue caring for them safely during the coronavirus outbreak.