If you are self-isolating and need some support please get in touch with NHS Volunteer Responders.They can help with:Collecting shopping, medication and essential suppliesCheck-in and chat phone calls Call 0808 196 3646 or click this link.
At the end of Mental Health Awareness Week I just want to remind everyone to Speak Your Mind and reach out to a loved one with a positive message.These are really difficult times and it's ok to be worried or anxious.Click this link for support: https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters/
Thank you to all the frontline workers who are working around the clock to support our community.Our Frontline is offering mental health support 24/7 to help you through the COVID-19 crisis.For info visit: https://www.mentalhealthatwork.org.uk/ourfrontline/
Mental health support is still available for children and young people in Barnsley.The wonderful CAMHS team are still here to help!Find out more about the support available here, and click here to see Leanne's video message.
NHS blood donor sessions and donor centres are still open!We need to keep donating so our hospitals have the supply they need in the coming few weeks and months. Follow NHS Blood Donation's Facebook page for up to date info.Together we can get through the Coronavirus crisis.
If you’re worried about cancer and coronavirus, please visit the Macmillan coronavirus information hub for help, support and advice from treatment, self-isolation, finances and wellbeing: https://www.macmillan.org.uk/coronavirus
If you have a heart or circulatory disease click the link below to find out how coronavirus might impact your health.The British Heart Foundation website has a lot of helpful advice.
As we tackle the coronavirus outbreak, it’s so important that we all follow expert advice from the NHS.This can be accessed here.