Connect and Protect is a University process that has been developed to support the national Test and Trace system. https://www.lboro.ac.uk/internal/back-to-campus/connect-protect/ Please fill out the enclosed form if you have symptoms of Covid19
Self-Isolating and how to get your medication if you live on campus
Students who are self-isolating in halls can order their routine medication from The Medicine Box.
- Order Repeat Prescriptions via secure website at themedicinebox.co.uk
- You must state that you are self-isolating.
- You will then be messaged by The Medicine Box to say when your medication is ready for collection
- You must arrange payment over the phone with The Medicine Box
- The Medicine Box can then contact the halls team to collect and deliver the medication to you.
CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES AND FORMATS
A collection of coronavirus information, relevant for local patients, including different languages, audio, easy-read and sign language.
Guidance for mental health and wellbeing aspects of coronavirus (COVID-19)
FSRH CEU clinical advice to support provision of effective contraception during the COVID-19 outbreak 20 March 2020
Important sexual health service information
Advice for parents
Advice for parents during coronavirus
Every Mind Matters
Expert advice and top tips on how to look after your mental wellbeing while staying at home during the coronavirus outbreak. It also includes guidance if you’re feeling worried or anxious about the outbreak.
Every Mind Matters - New sleep resources
Following Mental Health Awareness week, Public Health England has produced a new set of resources to encourage people to be kind to themselves by taking action to improve their sleep. The resources include tips and advice on getting a good night’s sleep and are available for everyone concerned about the impact of sleep on mental wellbeing.
Guidance on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing
Coronavirus and diabetes
Caring for people at the highest clinical risk from Covid-19 FAQs
CARING FOR PEOPLE AT HIGHEST CLINICAL RISK FROM COVID-19 -Background and FAQs for patients
Coronavirus (COVID-19): providing unpaid care
Guidance for anyone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who cannot cope without their support.
Coronavirus: How to help safely
The most important thing you can do to fight coronavirus is stay at home. This will protect the NHS and save lives.
You can leave the house to help someone who needs looking after. Even when you are doing this, you need to do so safely. Minimise the time you spend outside of home and make sure you are 2 metres (6 feet) apart from anyone outside of your household. Plleas see the link below for information
Support for the bereaved
The death of a loved one can be among the most difficult moments that any of us will face in our lives, and it often falls on those closest to the deceased and grieving the most to organise the funeral.
This leaflet shares important information to help bereaved families, friends or next of kin make important decisions during this national emergency and explains the next steps, answers some of your questions, and guides you to the extra help and support that is available.
Start a Conversation
Councils, police and the NHS across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are coming together to encourage residents who are experiencing mental health concerns during the coronavirus pandemic to seek support. By visiting the Start a Conversation website – http://www.startaconversation.co.uk – you will be able to find a range of information on services that can provide help during a crisis, as well as how to maintain good mental health and provide support to family and friends.
What parents and carers need to know about schools and other education settings during the coronavirus outbreak
Information for parents and carers about the wider opening of nurseries, schools and colleges, transport, attendance, free school meals and remote education.