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Help during the Coronavirus Pandemic

The following information may help you find the guidance you need during the lockdown. 

 

Please don't hesitate to send an email to info@somewhere-else.org.uk if you would like to speak to someone.  Our administrator may be able to help to link you up with the relevant person or agency.

Action for Children organisaton

Coronavirus advice and support provided by the Action for Children charity includes topics such as managing challenging behaviour; working and teaching in lockdown; coping with lockdown as a single parent and many other issues.

 

Their Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice and support brings together a wide range of topics categorised by subject matter and by children’s ages (i.e. 0 to 5 years, 5 to 12 years and 13 years and above). They also offer free and confidential live chat with their parenting coaches.

https://www.parents.actionforchildren.org.uk/covid-19-advice-support?_

Struggling with your Mental Health?

Use the link to the nhs website to find tips to help you cope during this difficult time.

 

There are even 10 minute exercise videos for you, if you cannot leave the house.

https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters/

Talk Liverpool - help with your mental health

LCVS tenant organisation Talk Liverpool has issued the following statement, reassuring the public that it is still open and here to help and support those experiencing mental health problems during the pandemic:

During these unprecedented times, we wanted to make you all aware that Talk Liverpool remains open, and we are still taking new referrals into the service.

 

Talk Liverpool is still here to support those experiencing common mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety disorders. However given the current guidance on social distancing and Covid-19, to keep both our patients and staff safe we have cancelled all our courses and face to face appointments for the foreseeable future. Instead we are offering assessment and treatment via telephone, as well as using digital therapy platforms including computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (SilverCloud), as well as virtual face to face input via video calls, using laptops / tablets / smart phones.

 

We have step by step guidance on the home page of our website https://www.talkliverpool.nhs.uk/  for those patients who may be apprehensive when using virtual face to face therapy. They can watch videos and even set up a test call which will hopefully allay any fears they may have. Alternatively they can also speak to the therapist or a member of our business support team on 0151 228 2300 who would be happy to help and give guidance.

 

Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust has also introduced a support line for those aged 16+ who feel anxious or low as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic or have been impacted as a result of the many recent changes to daily life. The support line operates between 8.00am and 8.00pm 7 days a week. Whilst this is not a telephone therapy line, it provides a listening ear service; allowing people the chance to talk about how they are feeling, and leading to them being given advice, self-help materials, and / or sign posting information as needed.

 

Members of the public are able to make contact with the response line by calling 0151 473 0303 and asking for the psychological support line.’

WHISC on Bold Street continues to support

 

Emotional support of women, through Covid 19 and beyond

 

Women’s Health and Information & Support Centre (WHISC) has been providing emotional support to women for over 36 years.

Now, in the time of coronavirus, WHISC is providing a listening ear service via telephone. This is a service that allows any woman in the area who needs some extra support, to have someone to talk to.

To access the service:

Call 07708 381 568, leave your name and number and someone will call you back

Or

Send a message to the WHISC Facebook page with your number to have someone call you back.

FREE Online courses from WEA for all aged 19+

The Workers Education Association are providing free on-line courses for 19+ adults. Free to anyone with an income of less than £17,500 or in receipt of benefits, (excluding child benefit where income is higher than £17,500). 

 

How to become self-employed - small business start-up tips

Course ID: C3844803

Day(s)/time(s): Thu 12:00, Mon 12:00,

Start date: 30/07/2020 End date: 20/08/2020

This course will help you explore your ideas, dreams and plans about establishing your own

business. We will guide you through the process, discuss your ideas and help you put your ideas

into writing. This will be an informal course, that will help build your confidence to take the next step

into setting up your own business. Lastly, we will give you information on the different business

structures and help you press go on your dreams!

 

Prepare for work - tips on jobsearching and presentation skills

Course ID: C3844804

Day(s)/time(s): Wed 17:00 Mon 17:00,

Start date: 29/07/2020 End date: 19/08/2020

Get some great advice and guidance for effective job searching, preparation for interviews and presentation skills.

 

Regards

You can call 0300 303 3464 and state the course code to enrol NOW or click this link https://www. ea.org.uk/find-course and register online, if you click on show more search options you can put the course code reference number in and it will bring up the course and you can enrol onto it.

 

For more information or if you have any problems enrolling, then please contact:

Helen​ Duerden - Education Co‑ordinator

 hduerden@wea.org.uk

 

 www.wea.org.uk

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