Support for those self-isolating
Please note: We are continually reviewing the latest information and updates will be made as we become aware of them.
The NHS also provides health advice for those self-isolating.
Advice for keeping well when self-isolating
Visit the Covid-19 Mental health and wellbeing pages for support, advice and useful links on keeping active and staying healthy whilst at home.
Advice for families
The advice for families page offers support for families who have been affected by the school closures. It offers educational support, information and guidance on talking to your children about coronavirus and a range of activities to keep families entertained.
Advice for Over 65's
If you are over 65 or are supporting someone who is over 65, you can find additional advice on our support for older residents page.
Visit our Local business offering delivery services page for more information.
Mental Health Matters
We understand that self-isolation can have a negetive impact on mental health. Mental Health Matters are currently undertaking all appointments by phone or email. If the current situation is affecting your mental health you can contact them direct.
Self refer: 03003230189
Support from your energy supplier
The government has agreed to support energy suppliers during these difficult times to keep their most vulnerable customers with a constant flow of gas & electricity who top up via a prepayment scheme or PAYG card/key. Anyone that has been affected by Covid 19, i.e. self isolation, financial difficulties etc. can call their energy supplier to discuss ways of being kept in supply or to reduce any on going debt to prevent falling further into financial hardship.
We understand that self-isolation can have a negetive impact on mental health. We have a list of orgaisations that offer support for those going through difficult times.
If you need to contact us for additional support please click below.
This page was last updated on 04.11.20