We think it's really important at this time to keep in touch and look after one another.
As a charity, we provide a key service to patients of St Andrew's Healthcare and community service users, helping them to develop their confidence and work skills at Workbridge.
Our day sessions re-opened in July and August, and for those staying at home, we are continuing to support them with activity packs each month.
We want to keep in touch and offer our support to all of our service users at this time.
We are writing to our service users regularly and making daily phone calls to those we know live alone.
On this page you will find fun activities and resources:
(We will try to keep this page updated with the latest information.)
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a new virus.
The main symptoms of coronavirus are a cough, loss of smell or taste and a high temperature. For some people, it can cause difficulty breathing.
Most people recover and do not need hospital treatment.
To reduce the spread, we need to regularly wash our hands for 20 seconds each time and observe the social distancing measures set by the UK government.
Read more about this in Mencap's Easy Read guide to coronavirus (external website link)
We are phoning service users who we know live on their own. If you are self-isolating and have no other forms of support you can contact Northamptonshire County Council to request help with:
Call 0300 126 1000 and select Option 5
(Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm)
Help and advice from Mind Charity, gentle exercise workouts you can do from home, online training and learning modules.