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Coronavirus And Dementia
Support for people with dementia and their families – Dementia UK
Dementia UK have launched a series of new webpages giving support and advice relating to the coronavirus outbreak. Families don’t need to struggle on alone. If they have any concerns about caring for someone with dementia through the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, they can call the dementia specialist Admiral Nurses on their Helpline, on 0800 888 6678 or email email@example.com. The Helpline is open seven days a week, 9am-9pm Monday to Friday, and 9am-5pm on weekends.
The Dementia UK webpages are:
Coronavirus: Information for people affected by dementia - Alzheimer’s Society
Access the webpage here. Includes the section, “Somebody I care about is living with dementia. What should I do about coronavirus?”
Carer’s UK Coronavirus Guidance
Includes advice on making a contingency plan, getting a carer’s assessment and guidance for working carers.
Reminder about the Herbert Protocol
These are unique times, frustrating and confusing for all of us. At these times those living with dementia are more vulnerable. Please remind your groups, supporters and families of the Herbert Protocol - a simple risk reduction tool to help police search for people with dementia who go missing.
Healthwatch North Lincolnshire
Practical support for people during the COVID-19 outbreak in North Lincolnshire.
We have provided some information below on practical, local support and resources which may help to make your time in isolation a little easier.
Click here for more information.
Online Counselling and Support for Young People
If you are aged 11 - 25 you can receive online counselling and support from Kooth.com.
Click here to access their website.