Advice for parents during coronavirus - Traffic light system

Description: Advice for parents during coronavirus - Traffic light system

Author: Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group


Last Modified: 2020-06-01

Created: 2020-06-29T10:36:14+0000

Updated at: 2020-06-29T10:36:14+0000

COVID-19: guidance on isolation for domestic abuse safe-accommodation settings

Description: Guidance to support domestic abuse survivors including their children in domestic abuse safe accommodation settings, including refuges and other types of safe accommodation

Author: Home Office

Published: 2020-03-23

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Created: 2020-05-21T12:09:41+0000

Updated at: 2020-05-21T12:09:41+0000

Coronavirus (COVID-19): support for victims of domestic abuse

Description: Measures announced over recent weeks to tackle coronavirus (COVID-19) have seen people’s day-to-day lives drastically altered. These changes are essential to beat coronavirus and protect our NHS. The government acknowledges that the order to stay at home can cause anxiety for those who are experiencing or feel at risk of domestic abuse. There is never an excuse for domestic abuse, no matter what the circumstances are. For anyone who feels they are at risk of abuse, it is important to remember that there is help and support available to you, including police response, online support, helplines, refuges and other services. You are not alone.

Author: Home Office


Last Modified: 2020-04-14

Created: 2020-05-21T12:06:54+0000

Updated at: 2020-05-21T12:06:54+0000

Coronavirus Stay at Home Advice

Description: Dr Nam Nguyen is a GP and the clinical lead for the NHS website. He’s here to share information about coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms, when you will need to stay at home and importantly, how long for. Visit the NHS website for up to date information:


Published: 2020-03-19

Last Modified: 2020-03-19

Created: 2020-04-28T10:38:24+0000

Updated at: 2020-05-06T15:10:31+0000

Coronavirus guidance

Description: During this time, it's important to know what support is available to you as a carer and those you look after.

Author: Carers UK


Last Modified: 2020-05-19

Created: 2020-05-19T16:49:13+0000

Updated at: 2020-05-19T16:49:13+0000

Coronavirus ‘Plan B’ document

Description: West Yorkshire and Harrogate Partnership Unpaid Carers Programme have developed a Coronavirus ‘Plan B’ document to help carers think about the different ways and people that can help them in an emergency if they look after someone who couldn’t manage without their support. This is your “Plan B”, it is here to help you think about the different ways and people that can help you in an emergency, if you look after someone who couldn’t manage without your support. Please complete the form below with as much information as possible and keep it in a safe place. Please make sure someone else you trust knows where it is, should they need it.

Author: West Yorkshire and Harrogate Partnership Unpaid Carers Programme

Published: 2020-03-24

Last Modified: 2020-03-26

Created: 2020-05-19T16:10:34+0000

Updated at: 2020-05-19T19:15:52+0000

Domestic violence and abuse and coronavirus

Description: We know this is a difficult and worrying time for everyone, especially for adults and children living with domestic abuse and the professionals working hard to support them. There is support available to help you through this time.

Author: Leeds City Council


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Created: 2020-05-20T18:52:08+0000

Updated at: 2020-05-20T18:52:08+0000

Supermarket opening hours for elderly or at risk

Description: Details about supermarkets with protected opening hours for older and vulnerable people can be found in this pdf document.

Author: Forum Central

Published: 2020-06-01

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Created: 2020-06-22T18:47:12+0000

Updated at: 2020-06-22T18:47:12+0000

Your Mind Matters

Description: Being worried, low or out of sorts aren't just part and parcel of getting older - they're important signs that you're not feeling as well as you should be. Our mental health affects how we think and feel, and how we cope with life’s ups and downs. As we move through different stages of life and our circumstances change, our mental health can change too. Problems with mental health are a lot more common than you might think. 1 in 4 of us live with them. But there is support out there that can help.


Published: 2020-01-08

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Created: 2020-04-30T11:16:10+0000

Updated at: 2020-04-30T11:17:41+0000

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