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We no longer provide a list of services ourselves, as this function is now performed by Livewell Oxfordshire, which we highly recommend using for signposting. 

 

CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES 2020

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we suggest that your primary stop for resources on this topic is currently Public Health England (PHE), who have created some downloadable materials which are available with a free account here:

https://coronavirusresources.phe.gov.uk/

As the situation is evolving quite quickly we advise any materials printed out to be used are checked frequently to make sure they continue to be in date. 

LIST OF OTHER USEFUL SERVICES

Here For Health - Local Oxford service offering healthy lifestyle advice via phone and video call during lockdown. 

NHS CHOICES - Have a basic, frequently updated page with essential information about signs, symptoms and staying safe. 

FirstPoint - These pages give support and advice to young people if they are worried or frightened about something that is happening to them or a friend. The I.M.P.S. FirstPoint link signposts young people to websites that will provide help, advice and support connected with feeling safe and well. This may be particularly relevant to some vulnerable children if they are unable to go to school due to closures.    

Wash Your Lyrics - A website where you can create posters with the guidelines for washing your hands safely, matched to favourite song lyrics that accompany you through the hand wash to make sure you do it for the advised length of time.

Every Mind Matters has released expert advice on looking after your mental wellbeing if you need to stay at home during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It also includes guidance on what to do if you're worried or anxious about the outbreak. 

 

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