Solace have a vacancy for a Children and Families therapist (closing date Monday 23rd August) and are looking for trustees with lived experience of the asylum process or being a refugee. Please share with your networks.
New Translated Resources
Covid-19 Infographics have produced useful pictorial representations of what has changed.
Gov.UK and the Department of Health and Social Care have produced a leaflet of guidance on how to care for someone when they leave hospital.
From July to September 2020, the Cabinet Office Disability Unit commissioned the Policy Lab to conduct ethnographically-led research into the experiences of disabled people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Key findings from each chapter have been highlighted on our post.
As restrictions have been eased following the move to Step 4 of the roadmap, the UK government are advising clinically extremely vulnerable people, as a minimum, to follow the same guidance as everyone else.
This guidance is about NHS entitlements in England and is aimed at healthcare practitioners needing to support migrant patients.
Public Health England have provided general guidance for all staff involved in the support of asylum seekers in all accommodation settings. They have updated and restructured their guidance in line with changes in Step 4 of the roadmap.
The government has issued guidance for anyone who provides unpaid care for a friend or family member in England.
Updated in line with changes in Step 4 of the roadmap.
This has been updated with a handy tool for finding an existing NHS number and a letter to help people without an NHS number access the COVID-19 vaccine and register with a GP.