2020 COVID Newsletters


COVID Special Issue - April 2020

Scams Advice From National Trading Standards, Advice for Car Owners/Drivers If You Can’t Use Your Vehicle, Virtual Reality (VR) Brings Support To Isolated Communities, Elmbridge, Runnymede & Spelthorne Talking Newspaper, How Are People Who Need Carers Supposed To Self-Isolate?

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COVID Special Issue - April 2020 - (2)

Please Stay At Home – Runnymede Beat (Surrey Police) Report Mobility Sector Identified As 'Key Workers' Beware - Courier Scams Covid19 And The Rights Of Disabled People Details of Local Food Banks Care Home Worker Rejected for Queue Skip at Tesco

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COVID Special Issue - April 2020 - (3)

A Message From Post Office Chief Executive, Nick Read Post Office To Make Cash Access Easier For Self-Isolators ‘Blue Light Serenade’ Surrey Hospitals Join ‘Clap for Carers’ Supermarkets Launch Volunteer Cards

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COVID Special Issue May 2020 - (4)

Disabled People 'Being Judged For Trying To Shop Safely COVID-19-Related Concerns Affecting Well-Being Incapacity And Disability Benefit Claimants Feel Hard Hit Disabled Living Uk - Safer Use of Walking Frames Coronavirus: 5 Tests To Meet Before Relaxing Lockdown How The Deafblind Are Coping With Social Distancing

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COVID Special Issue - May 2020 - (5)

NHS Roadmap To Safely Bring Back Routine Operations Coronavirus: The Meaning of the Five Alert Levels Connectivity Issues - Choosing Between Income And Education What Happens To Our Bodies When We Go Without Touch?

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COVID Special Issue - June 2020 - (6)

Disabled People ‘Forgotten By Government’ Shielders Resist New Guidance On Going Outdoors ‘Isolated, Alone, Forgotten’ – DR UK Shielding Survey Results Government Extends Removal Of Rights In Last-Minute SEND School Guidance Government Urged To Protect Those With Sight Loss Face Masks From Coffee Filters Knitting for Keyworkers (Surrey and Sussex)

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