Babcock LPD provides FREE resources to help teachers and parents help children with their mental health and well-being including preparing for going back to school. These can be found here.
Celebrate the efforts of all the unpaid carers in a week of online events.
Jigsaw are making their KS1 and KS2 Recovery package resources free to ALL schools. Jigsaw have created a ‘Recovery Package’ comprising assemblies and lesson plans for KS1 and KS2 on the themes recommended by the DfE and aligned to Jigsaw’s passion regarding emotional and mental health.
Free tech support helpline for older people is available to help reduce social isolation
Extra support for Children and Young People’s Mental Health services
Free webinars to help businesses to reopen workplaces safely Businesses and shops will be reopening, and non-essential shops opening again in England from 15 June. For those employers, there is now a lot of published guidance for businesses to ensure that workplaces are as…
New booklet from Public Health England Since the lockdown began many people are finding they have become far less active, which can have a negative effect on both your physical health and mental wellbeing. It's particularly concerning for older…
With the current situation regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) regularly changing, Devon and Cornwall Police have pulled together some of the more commonly asked questions along with their responses. Covid-19 related answers to FAQs can be found here.
Devon & Cornwall Police clarify their position regarding Missing Persons during Covid-19.
“The police are entitled to expect parents and carers, including staff acting in a parenting role in care homes, to accept normal parenting responsibilities and undertake reasonable actions to try and establish the whereabouts of the individual. Children who are breaching parental discipline should not be dealt with by police unless there are other risks. Once those enquiries have been completed, it may be appropriate to record the child as missing and take actions set out in national police guidance”
Pressure on Adult Social Care has increased due to the coronavirus and this is impacting the way they can support the transition of young people to adult services. DCC have provided an update which states…..