We are actively addressing the ongoing threat of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, in line with Government advice.
We are committed to protecting people we support during this time and have developed continuity plans to ensure the support we provide isn’t compromised, even in a pandemic.
We are contacting all staff members on a regular basis to ensure they are aware of what they will need to do in the event of a major outbreak.
We will continue to review and adapt these plans in line with Government and Public Health England updates.
We are asking visitors not to visit our services if it is not essential, in line with government guidelines to reduce social contact.
If there is an important reason for the visit:
- Please contact us via phone before you visit
- Please do not visit if you or anyone in your household has had a cough or fever in the last 14 days.
We will ask to take your temperature before you enter the building, and to wash your hands/ use hand sanitizer before entering the building.
If you need more information
If you are someone we support, please speak to a support worker or our Registered Manager.
If you are someone closely connected to someone we support, please contact our Registered Manager.
We are asking office staff to work from home. To reduce pressure on those in the office please use email in the first instance. Contact the person you want directly or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need to speak to someone at our care home (e.g. a support worker or resident) please call the usual number. If it is query around anything else please call our mobile 07736 452064.
If you have any concerns about the Coronavirus itself, please visit the NHS 111 website.
Easy Read Information about the Coronavirus from Inclusion North.
NHS Easy Read guide: How to keep your hand clean.