COVID-19 resources

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Living grief and bereavement: a booklet for anyone working with carers of people with dementia

This booklet aims to give professionals an understanding of the feelings of grief and bereavement that those caring for people with dementia can experience. It shows that carers can experience complex feelings of grief when the person they care for is still alive, and that these feelings can last long after the person dies. The booklet draws on the views of over 100 carers across the UK who participated in an online survey and focus groups. Carers views covered feelings of loss and grief, a loss of their own identity, their experiences of support, and advice for professional.

Last updated on hub: 04 June 2020

Grief and bereavement during the COVID-19 pandemic: supporting yourself and others

Public Health Agency

A guide providing advice to help people to understand their experience of grief during the COVID-19 pandemic. It explains some of the emotions which people may experience after the death of a loved one and also offers some advice on what might be helpful. It includes advice for those supporting someone who is grieving. The advice is useful for all; the contacts are specific to Northern Ireland.

Last updated on hub: 04 June 2020

Supporting a person with dementia following bereavement during the COVID-19 pandemic

Northern Health and Social Care Trust

A guide providing information to help those supporting people with dementia who have experienced a bereavement during the COVID-19 pandemic. It contains suggestions that have been used in palliative care which have been drawn from research and from experience of talking to people with dementia about death and dying.

Last updated on hub: 04 June 2020

Death and grieving in a care home during the COVID-19 pandemic: a guide to supporting staff, residents and their families

South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust: Northern Ireland

This guide considers the additional pressures, fears and challenges for care home staff, residents and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic. It provides advice on how staff can support residents and their families through the changes in care required by COVID-19, and in the event of deaths, and on how managers and staff can support each other. The advice is useful for all; the contacts are specific to Northern Ireland.

Last updated on hub: 04 June 2020

COVID-19 and safeguarding adults: frequently asked questions

Local Government Association

These frequently asked questions on COVID-19 and safeguarding adults cover three broad areas: overarching issues; issues for Safeguarding Adults Boards (SABs); and safeguarding issues regarding specific areas of abuse or neglect. It includes questions on safeguarding residents in care homes, domestic violence, safeguarding people with learning disabilities, homeless people, and people who lack mental capacity, The document is aimed at a wide range of people involved in safeguarding adults. It was published on 22 May 2020.

Last updated on hub: 04 June 2020

Supporting community recovery and resilience in response to the COVID-19 pandemic: a rapid review of evidence

Glasgow Centre for Population Health

A rapid review of evidence to support community recovery from COVID-19 by broadening the understanding of the wider impacts of the disease and the related disease containment policy. The report aims to demonstrate the types of policy and community responses that may support effective recovery that fosters community resilience. The review is structured around three sections: identifying communities and population sub-groups who are vulnerable or at risk to COVID-19, including the unintended impacts resulting from disease containment policy; the mental health and psychological impacts of COVID-19 and how these can be mitigated as part of community recovery; and the broader potential characteristics of community recovery from the current pandemic and how future resilience can be developed. This includes consideration of research into asset-based approaches, community engagement and participation and resilience and how these can inform community recovery from COVID-19. The report will be of benefit to policymakers and practitioners involved in implementing community-based recovery and support services. It concludes that the process of community recovery should be carefully managed and must involve a flexible, innovative and adaptive approach to support and service delivery. It should also incorporate the views, insights and wisdom of community members and those identified as having additional vulnerability to COVID-19.

Last updated on hub: 04 June 2020

Accessing support : the role of the voluntary and community sector during COVID-19

Local Government Association

A briefing paper to provide councils and community and voluntary sector with information on the role and contribution of the community and voluntary sector and the use of volunteers in local and national responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. It includes links to resources, guidance and tools to support councils to work effectively with national and local voluntary and community services and in the use of volunteers. The briefing was published on 2 June 2020.

Last updated on hub: 04 June 2020

Covid-19 Webinar for AMHP Leads and PSWs

British Association of Social Workers England

Webinar recorded on 20 March 2020 aimed at Approved Mental Health Professional (AMHP) Leads and Principal Social Workers to discuss issues raised in the Coronavirus Bill. The panel included: Ruth Allen and Claire Barcham, British Association of Social Workers; Steve Chamberlain, AMHP Leads Group and Mark Trewin, Department of Health and Social Care.

Last updated on hub: 04 June 2020

Staying safe during COVID-19: a guide for victims and survivors of domestic abuse

SafeLives

Guide for staying safe during COVID-19 for victims and survivors produced by the charity SaveLives.

Last updated on hub: 04 June 2020

Government guidance on social distancing:easy read summary

Learning Disability England

Easy Read summary of government guidance on social distancing for people with learning disabilities.

Last updated on hub: 04 June 2020