We understand that this is a difficult time for everyone and it’s easy to feel a bit overwhelmed and scared by everything you’re hearing about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) right now. Here are some helpful links where you can find up-to-date information, more about what’s happening and the simple steps you can take to help prevent catching COVID-19 and spreading to others.
Information on the changes to lockdown in Scotland - Phase 3
Some information about wearing masks and reasons where you do not have to wear them
Easy read version of COSLA and Scottish Government Self-Directed Support Guidance
The University of Glasgow, with assistance from colleagues at Lancaster University, the University of Oxford and the University of Warwick, have published a series of guided self-help booklets developed to support people with mild to moderate learning/intellectual disabilities during the COVID-19 outbreak.
With everything that’s going on, its normal to feel anxious and worried. But there’s steps you can take to improve your mental health, and feel better.
This guidance is for Local Authority and Health and Social Care Partnership staff who assess, approve and administer social work and social care and support(including carer support), and approve Self-directed Support (SDS) budgets.
A report of the findings and recommendations from Glasgow Disability Alliance's engagement and response with 5000 + disabled people during the Covid-19 pandemic