Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

 

National COVID-19 materials

West Lancashire materials

Testing Detailed information on testing is available on the Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria website.

West Lancs Together is West Lancashire Partnership’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic. A free helpline has been launched by West Lancashire Borough Council to support anyone feeling vulnerable or isolated at this time.

They can be contacted on 0800 616 667 (Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm; weekends and Bank Holidays 10am – 2pm) or by visiting westlancs.gov.uk/westlancstogether

Further information is available on the enclosed leaflet.

Helping West Lancs: During the Coronavirus pandemic, local health services will be shaped differently to protect local patients and staff. 

Details of these services are available in the poster and social media image below.

Helping West Lancs – 15 June 2020

COVID-19 – Share your Experiences

During the COVID-19 pandemic it is still important that you are able to share your experiences if you have used a West Lancashire health service.

Full information on how to share your experiences of healthcare in West Lancashire is available on the ‘compliments and complaints section of our website‘.

We have also provided useful resources below which explain how you can share your experience, and how this will then be followed up and addressed for you.

Share your Experiences – Poster

Share your Experiences – Leaflet

COVID 19 – Resources for families

  • Our colleagues in the Children and Young People’s (CYP) Network have gathered together some useful resources for supporting families regarding coronavirus (COVID-19).

Please see below a list of these resources:

We will continue to update our library as new resources become available.

Safeguarding 7-Minute Briefing for volunteers

COVID-19 makes safeguarding more difficult due to reduced contact between professionals and vulnerable people with less support networks in place,  As a volunteer it is important that you understand how to spot the signs of abuse and neglect relating to children and adults and how to report any concerns you have. The enclosed 7-minute briefing highlights to volunteers why safeguarding is important, what to do and who to contact if you do have concerns.        

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Last updated on 20 July 2020 at 17:11 by Meg Pugh