Government Response

Mental health guidance :


(Each item listed has a link to the relevant NHS advice)

Advice for everyone

Advice for people at high risk

Symptoms and what to do

Self Isolation Advice

For Information on financial options and support visit 

Explaining COVID 19 to children

As some children will be going back to school, they may be more anxious and have more questions about the Corona virus, hopefully the information below will help

Video from Ader Hey

Alder Hey have produced a short video to help children understand Coronavirus

Advice from various organisations

For advice from the NHS visit

For advice from the NSPCC visit

For advice from the BBC's tiny happy people

For advice from Mental visit

For advice from Youngminds visit


familystrifeSince the UK-wide COVID-19 lockdown be-gan, there has been a 49% increase in calls and online requests for help relating to domestic abuse.

Bishop John Sherrington said:

‘Every person has a right to live their life free from violence, abuse, intimidation and fear. Catholic parishes can play an important role in the fighting the scourge of domestic abuse, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic where we are seeing some shocking statistics from leading domestic abuse organisations. My thanks go to those organisations and individuals already working so hard to ensure that people suffering domestic abuse can live safe lives. Every local situation will differ and so our new guidance is designed to be used as an introduction to start a local project. I hope that Catholics and parishes will be inspired to take this up in their local area. Violence of this kind should never be tolerated or justified. It is an offence against the dignity of the human person.’

For help and support visit


Dementia support line

Demetia support forum

Top Five tips

The Alzheimer's society have produced a top 5 tips for peole caring for those living with Dementia. You can download  a copy of this volunteer toolkit by clicking here

Supporting older people and those living with Dementia

Click here for a guide from the British Psychological Society

Advice from Dementia UK

Advice from the Lewy Body Society
The Lewy Body Society have produced information to help those supporting those living with Lewy body dementia. To obtain a copy click here
Archdiocese of LIverpool

The Archdiocese has put together a page of resources to help those LIving with Dementia and those who care for them. Click here for more information.

Spotting fraud

Cupcake day

Sing for the Brain

On the 30th April Alzheimer's UK ran a sing for the brain session on Facebook.  You can watch a video of the event by clicking here


ARTS for Dementia are providing opportunities for people to join in remotely with dance, drama music.  To discover what is available and how to join in visit

Videos from Inovations in Dementia

Inovations in Dementia have developed a series of videos to assist volunteers and carers to understand the needs of a person living with Dementia. They are availabl on their youtube channel

They have also produced a document that can be completed and shared with volunteers. Click here

Memory Tracks
Memory Tracks have produced an app that helps support daily routines through music. To learn more click here


Webinar hosted by people living with dementia: pandemic self isolation & difficulties.  For more Information email 


At home shouldn’t mean at risk, but sadly for many people the lockdown has meant that they are trapped in isolation with their abuser under a pressurised situation.

Over the weekend, the government launched its #YouAreNotAlone domestic abuse campaign to reassure victims of domestic abuse that there is still help for them during the Covid crisis.

If you need to leave your home to escape domestic abuse. (, Covid19 and domestic abuse)  the  COVID-19 household isolation does not apply

Domestic abuse is a serious crime. Anyone can be a victim of domestic abuse, regardless of their gender, age, ethnicity, socio-economic status, sexuality or background


  • If you are in immediate danger, call 999 and ask for the police - the police will continue to respond to emergency calls.
  • If you call 999 from a mobile and cannot speak, press 55 to Make Yourself Heard (link embedded to scheme) and this will transfer your call to the police. Pressing 55 only works on mobiles and does not allow police to track your location.
  • National Domestic Violence Helpline - 0808 2000 247 or


(With Thanks to the Archdiocescan safeguarding officer Alex for providing us with the above information)

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