1-3 St Philips Close (Voyage Care)

Description: We provide physical and emotional support to adults with a diverse range of learning/physical disabilities aged under 65.

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Advonet

Description: Temporary changes are in place with more details here: Advonet Temporary Service Changes If you have an advocate or need an advocate but are self-isolating, Advonet will be able to communicate with you remotely via email, phone or Skype.

In line with government guidance, they are looking to offer advocacy over the phone, by video/ telephone conferencing whenever this is possible.

All groups run by Advonet and Leep1 and Leeds Autism AIM services will be postponed or cancelled until further notice. They are fast developing ‘virtual’ and telephone versions. For example: Leep1 have set up a private Facebook group for their members. If you are a Leep1 member, you can request to join via their Facebook page.

Leeds Autism AIM will be able to offer one-to-one appointments via email, Skype or phone – they will release more details on this in the next couple of days.

* All Advonet staff who are in groups more vulnerable to getting Coronavirus will be working from home If you have any questions about Advonet’s approach, please email [email protected].

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Affinity Trust

Description: Coronavirus statement is available here: https://www.affinitytrust.org/2020/03/coronavirus-our-statement/

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Age UK Leeds - Mental Health Hospital Aftercare Service

Description: Support to people with mental health needs over 65 following discharge from hospital. This is a free service offering packages of information and advice, support to access benefits and other services, and social rehabilitation. The aim of the service is to enable you to regain confidence and to pick up where you left off in your lives prior to admission in hospital.

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Aspire Community Benefit Society

Description: Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a huge concern for everyone, particularly as the momentum of the virus continues to gather pace in the UK. The situation we find ourselves in is constantly changing, and the impact of the pandemic is being felt in almost every aspect of our lives. At Aspire, the well-being of the people we support and staff is our top priority and we’re doing everything we can to keep people safe. Our staff have been designated as ‘key’ workers by the government and we’re proud of the commitment and dedication they are showing every day towards the people they support. Given the volume of information that is around at the moment – and that this is likely to continue for the foreseeable future – we have pulled together, in one place, some of the information we are receiving relating to Coronavirus. In this dedicated section of our website you’ll find specific information for family carers, staff and partner organisations together with information to support you to keep well and connected by clicking on the links below. We’ll update our website regularly with any new information, so please check it out for the latest from us. https://www.aspirecbs.org.uk/

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BARCA Leeds

Description: BARCA is now meeting twice weekly via Zoom, Tuesdays and Fridays between 2-4pm and keeping in touch with existing members on the phone. Daily updates, useful information and boredom busters are also being shared here: West Leeds Mens Health Network. For more information or support please contact: Ian Pepper between the hours of 11am and 4pm Mon-Fri on 07738107012 or [email protected]

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BHA Leeds Skyline - Prevention Service

Description: Condom postal service is now available. This is for African communities only and you can get in touch with via [email protected] to place an order. HIV prevention advice and 1-2-1’s via the phone or email: our Prevention Team contacts are listed below:

Nyambe Mukelabai, Sexual Health Advisor, Asset Based Community Development Lead – 07388 689 768, [email protected]

Evermore Mapungwana, Sexual Health Advisor, HIV Testing Lead – [email protected]

Hetty Hughes, Community Engagement & Development Worker – [email protected]

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BHA Leeds Skyline - Support Service

Description: CBT therapy with Angela Lavery. Referrals being done via Support Workers and will be carried out by phone or video call. Debt advice with Mike Shaw – contactable via the Support Team.

Peer Mentors – the Peer Mentor service is for anyone who would like to speak to another person living with HIV. Referrals in via Becky Pang, Service User Engagement Lead, who can be contacted Monday to Friday on the support phone number. Mentors would provide telephone or video phone sessions.

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Battle Scars

Description: All face-to-face services are suspended until further notice. Please use/signpost to this online group for support: https://www.facebook.com/groups/182423148780739/

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Carers Leeds

Description: Carers Leeds remain contactable by phone (0113 380 4300) and email ([email protected]) and they have guidance for carers on their website (https://www.carersleeds.org.uk/coronavirus-guidance/). Carer Support Workers are continuing to take referrals and are keeping in contact with carers on their caseload by phone/email. Regular information and advice is being shared via Twitter and Facebook. All support groups, events, drop-ins, meetings and other face-to-face activities are cancelled until further notice. Anyone who is a carer or organisations who are in contact with carers who need support in Leeds they can contact Carers Leeds for direct support. During the week commencing 11th May, Carers Leeds will be hosting a series of online workshops for carers focused on health and wellbeing. All workshops will be held for a small group, lasting around 40 minutes and held via Zoom. Support can be offered based around individual needs for example If you don’t have the technology to take part or would prefer one to one support - contact Jo Foster for more information.

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Carers UK Online Forum - Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Description: Carers UK host an online forum and there is a section specifically on coronavirus where carers are sharing ideas and concerns – people need to join the forum to post a comment but it is easy to do so.

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Cloth Cat

Description: The Cloth Cat team is delivering Term 2 GYAT courses LIVE via YouTube each week. The course is running each night (Monday-Friday) from 20th April for 10 weeks. All you need to do is: ● log into YouTube on a phone, tablet or computer ● search 'Cloth Cat GYAT Music Sessions' ● subscribe to the channel For more information email [email protected]. They have also taken their Mos Eisley Cantina Open Mic Night that runs every Thursday online. It will be live on Zoom and the password will be posted on the Cloth Cat Facebook page every Thursday - keep an eye on the page to register. Cloth Cat continue to run ukulele sessions with their tutor Jess Bowie. The course will run online for 10 weeks with 90 minute sessions and runs from the 2nd Apr - 4th Jun 2020 @ 19:30 to 21:00. This course is 1/3 the price of the usual face to face course at £2.50 per session. However if you are in a position where you have lost your income please email Jess and she can work something out for you. You can find more course information here

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Community Links

Description: Many services are now offering support over the phone or online where possible, and they are working hard to expand this over the coming weeks. For full details of how these changes are affecting services, and how you can access support, visit the website. They recommend calling or emailing the service you require for further details in how they can support you.

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Connect Housing

Description: The customer service team is operational by phone or email. Repairs are being conducted on an emergency basis only, and lettings have been severely disrupted. Community work has been moved online and to social media. Further information can be found on the website

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Connect in the North

Description: Through the Maze have made changes to the website, with a new section around Covid-19 split into two sections, one for activities provided by organisations and the other section for easy read information on guidance. A weekly timetable of activities is available at the top of the page. Training has stopped but online activities for staff and board with learning disabilities continue. Contactable by phone. Visit the website for the latest updates.

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DeafBlind UK

Description: Deafblind UK’s helpline (0800 132 320) providing information and well-being support remains available 8am-8pm weekdays and weekends. Calls are diverted to staff who are now home working. Email contact is via [email protected]. Social groups have suspended meetings until further notice. Regular attendees will receive frequent telephone calls/texts/emails during this period. Their volunteer delivered befriending service has suspended all home visits, but regular contacts are being maintained with recipients via the most appropriate means. Telephone, text and email befrienders still operate. If you or someone you know would like one, please contact them

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Emmaus

Description: All stores are now closed, but other community/housing work continues. More information can be found on the website

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Epilepsy Action

Description: Information about epilepsy and coronavirus can be found online here

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Extend

Description: Extend has suspended all its exercise classes

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Feel Good Factor

Description: All groups and activities have been postponed and all staff are working from home. They are sharing health information, resources, and ideas for exercise and activities online. Phone: 0113 3504200, Email: [email protected], Website: http://www.fgfleeds.org/. They are now providing a telephone befriending service to support people over the age of 50 experiencing social isolation, increased anxiety and low mood during this lockdown period. Please contact Shabana for further information: 07523 515267, [email protected]

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Forward Leeds support line

Description: Offers advice, information, support, and therapeutic interventions for people whose lives are affected by alcohol and drug misuse.

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Foundation

Description: Many of Foundation’s offices and non-residential services are now closed. This means that at some services face-to-face appointments and groups will be postponed until further notice. Some services will be offering support over the phone or online where possible, and they are working hard to expand this over the coming weeks. For up-to-date information on changes to all services, visit the website

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Freedom from Torture

Description: They are continuing to provide one to one therapy sessions by phone or online, and will be proactively checking on their most vulnerable clients once a week. They will offer legal and welfare advice over the phone or online. People can still be referred to their services: they will accept new referrals and identify who can be taken on but these people will be placed on a waiting list and they will not be doing any initial assessments or providing a service to any new clients until the peak of the pandemic has passed. More information is available on the website

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Getaway Girls

Description: Getaway Girls continue to support girls and young women in Leeds. They now have a free phone number providing support via phone and FaceTime and interactive activities: 0800 470 2240. This leaflet and this video on their Facebook page featuring Jojo from Capital FM introduce their 26 support and opportunities available. They are also sharing positive images on their new Instagram page @global_getawaygirls

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Health for All

Description: Updates are being shared via Twitter The Bridge Project day service in Holbeck is closed and they are keeping in touch by phone. Online groups are being held including the Bee Together Social Group online Thursday 1.30 - 2.00pm. For details contact: an[email protected]. More information can be found on the website. Meanwood fest has been cancelled.

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Healthwatch Leeds

Description: Healthwatch Leeds is providing the latest information and advice on its website here. The organisation would like to know how lockdown is affecting people with a Learning Disability in Leeds. They are sharing real time experience with health and care decision makers on a weekly basis to inform their response to the Coronavirus outbreak. Please call on 0113 8980035, email [email protected] or follow this link.

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Hft

Description: Service updates and lots of information for families, carers and staff are available online. HfT are exploring new ways of working, such as supporting people who would normally attend day services in their own homes, or working flexibly with other organisations to pool resources. Please be assured that Hft staff will be working to continue to deliver the same excellent levels of care that they would under normal circumstances.

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Home-Start Leeds

Description: Home-visiting support has been postponed at this time. Instead staff and some volunteers are offering telephone, email support to families. Volunteers will continue to receive support from coordinators over the telephone, by email or text. In the case of new referrals, they will try to make 7 initial contact and offer support by telephone until they are able to start home visiting again. Activities for families are available online, as well as a range of support and advice.

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Humans Being

Description: Humans Being is holding a Long Distance Social group - a video chat for men in Leeds, held weekly via Zoom. Find out more on the website

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Hyde Park Source

Description: They are coordinating a Community Support programme in the Hyde Park and Headingley ward. Find out more on the website

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Leeds Autism Services

Description: n accordance with the latest government advice, LAS has postponed all future events until further notice. This is to help minimise the spread of the virus, thereby keeping those most vulnerable safe. They have been able to continue some face to face support but only where it is essential. Most of the work has been keeping in touch, welfare calls and activities. They are not making any changes to the way they are currently working, and will continue to keep in touch with service users and their families to provide any help or advice that they need.Visit the website for further information.

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Leeds Bereavement Forum

Description: Leeds Bereavement Forum has a dedicated page on its website where it is collating a list of local and national Covid-19 bereavement links and resources. They have also now created a Covid-19 bereavement news page due to the high volume of information that is now circulating.

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Leeds Domestic Violence Services (LDVS)

Description: Anyone experiencing domestic abuse can access support from Leeds Domestic Violence Service (LDVS): https://ldvs.uk/. ● People who need to leave home to stay safe will still be supported to do so by LDVS or Leeds Housing Options. LDVS continues to support existing clients and their families in the community. ● There’ll be a safe place for you to stay with social distancing measures in place to protect you. ● Support is available via the LDVS helpline: 0113 246 0401. If calling is unsafe, a webchat service is now being offered from Monday-Friday between 1pm-3pm via https://leedswomensaid.co.uk/. If you’re in immediate danger, call 999 (press 55 after the emergency number if you’re in danger and unable to speak). ● For more information and resources, see: https://www.leeds.gov.uk/domesticviolence/Pages/default.aspx Government guidance is available on Domestic Abuse and Domestic Abuse Safe Accommodation Provision.

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Leeds Federated Housing Association

Description: Detailed information is available to download on the website here, plus FAQs and NHS information

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Leeds Jewish Welfare Board

Description: A Covid-19 helpline is operating along with online wellbeing classes, online activities for children and online or telephone befriending. The latest news is available here

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Mind the Gap

Description: Mind the Gap has closed its Studios building for all public activities including the Academy. Visit the website for the latest updates.

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Oblong

Description: The Woodhouse Community Centre is closed to the public and various events have been cancelled /postponed. Further information can be found on the website

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People Matters

Description: All groups and courses have stopped. They are sending out information to members and their families and planning how their learning programme can start again in June. People Matters are posting daily activities on their new facebook group. You can find the weekly workshop timetable online here. To join a workshop email [email protected] with your name and contact number or send a private message to the Facebook group. If you are a new member, you will need to complete an enrolment form. This can be done over the phone or can be sent via email. Before you join, you will need to have a personal Facebook profile. You can then visit the main People Matters Facebook page

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People in Action

Description: All office staff are working from home. The phone number remains the same, and functional (0113 244 3729) and the out-of-hours phone number too (074 71735004). Groups and services are still running but online, they are posting out to members but running daily public zoom meetings at 11am (scheduled activities), 2pm (stay active in partnership with Yorkshire Sport) and 4pm (Member Chat). Use this link to join and if you have never used Zoom before they have made some YouTube tutorials which can be found here. They have started a Facebook group for their members to stay connected which can be found here. Members of this group have a daily, member-led Zoom chat at 2pm every week day (click cutt.ly/piaMemberChat to join). Details can be found on Facebook and Twitter. Contact the team on 0113 244 3729 if you’d like to join and they will share the password.

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Purple Patch Arts

Description: Purple Patch Arts know how important it is for people to stay active, engaged and stimulated while its Lifelong Learning Programmes are closed. They’re posting daily activities on their website in line with a weekly theme. They have uploaded videos of their Warm Up and Cool Down for you to boogie along to. If you want to keep up-to-date with news, they post regularly on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

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Pyramid of Arts

Description: All Pyramid sessions have been cancelled and they will continue to follow public health advice and stay closed until it is safe to run sessions again.They will contact all members and volunteers as soon as they are able to re-open. Pyramid have posted suggestions for arts activities, singing & sensory environments that are easy to do at home on their website here. Most of Pyramid's groups are now running weekly via Zoom. If you support someone who would like to join or rejoin the groups, please contact [email protected]

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Scope

Description: Scope’s contact centre & helpline are fully operational and working from home. Current operating hours are 8am - 8pm Monday to Friday and 10am - 6pm Saturday and Sunday. You can contact the helpline by: ● freephone: 0808 800 3333. ● textphone: Use Type Talk by dialling 18001 from a textphone followed by 0808 800 3333. ● email: [email protected] Starting Line, and Kickstart services are both still running, albeit slightly differently to the usual delivery. Both services can work with anyone with any disability, physical impairment, mental health condition, sensory impairment, learning difficulty, or long term health condition

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Skippko

Description: Current projects are on hold but they are keeping in touch with participants where possible - some art packs with activity sheets for the 'In the Waiting Room' project exploring stories of the NHS have been sent out, and artists have been doing online Zoom mentoring for participants of the camera-arderie photography group, who are recording their everyday during this period. They’re also progressing well with their heritage publication celebrating women's stories for the 'Women Reflecting on Women' project

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Solace

Description: Solace will be keeping in touch with clients over the phone. If you are a Solace client and wish to contact them please call the office on 0113 4878360

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Space2 Leeds

Description: Space2 has suspended all its groups, activities and events. Updates are being shared via social media and the website

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Specialist Autism Services

Description: Specialist Autism Services is continuing to provide autism specific support through daily workshops, using video calls and other online interactive methods, whilst providing daily wellbeing calls and any other support possible during these difficult times. More information can be found within their Covid-19 statement

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St Vincent's Support Centre

Description: The centre is closed to the public until further notice, although they are still offering food and deliveries. They are providing around 150 hot meals a day from their centre and delivering food parcels. For more information on this please call 0113 248 4126 or visit the website

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Stop Hate UK

Description: Search Stop Hate UK on social media or direct people to its website for help or advice. The 24hr Stop Hate Line services are functioning normally. Call the 24 hour hotline on 0800 138 1625

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Support After Rape & Sexual Violence Leeds (SARSVL) Helpline

Description: The text and email helpline can be contacted at any time and responses will be sent in the above hours. 078 600 22 880 [email protected]

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United Response

Description: Covid-19: Statement from Tim Cooper, co-chair of Learning Disability Voices

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Victim Support

Description: Phone line remains open, and regional live chat options also remain open via the website. Victims are being supported remotely. Victims of crime can now seek support 24/7 using My Support Space, through live chat, or on the phone by calling 0300 303 1976. My Support Space is a free, safe, secure and confidential space designed to help victims of crime manage the impact that crime has had on them and choose how they want to be supported after crime. It gives victims of crime who have been impacted by the coronavirus outbreak additional ways in which to access support, including from their own home. It can be accessed on a computer, tablet or phone. Victims can access a range of tools to help them cope and move forward after crime. They can work through a series of interactive guides which address their specific needs. The guides feature videos, techniques, activities and tips, and can be completed at their own pace.

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Yorkshire Dance

Description: Yorkshire Dance can no longer run their Leaps and Bounds dance session so they are creating 4 online dance sessions for their participants to do at home. Those with the internet can watch on YouTube and those without will receive some paper dance challenges through the post

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Yorkshire MESMAC

Description: Yorkshire Mesmac is no longer able to offer testing appointments. Please contact your local office for further information regarding home testing, your local sexual health clinic or general sexual health support. Where possible they are operating counselling services over the phone or via Zoom - counsellors will be in touch with you to discuss your options. Find out more on the website. The organisation is running a series of four sessions aimed at supporting the mental health of people aged 16 – 20 and who are male or male identifying. The sessions are very relaxed and engaging, people won’t be asked to do anything they might not be comfortable with or share details of their mental health issues. The sessions will focus on health and emotions, managing 14 stress and making choices, building resilience and knowing where to turn. Contact Verity Smith at [email protected] or 07900740269 for more information

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Created: 2019-09-05T12:41:11+0000

Updated at: 2020-06-09T09:50:41+0000

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