COVID-19 effects, responses and resources

Collaboration is key to how we work at Just Lincolnshire

Clover leaf advocacy is a charity that are working on keeping people connected:

Message to us from Peggy from Clover leaf:

I am Peggy O’Neill Cox from Cloverleaf advocacy.co.uk. We are a registered Charity delivering advocacy throughout North Lincolnshire and have been for well over a decade now. You can look us up at www.cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk.

In response to Covid 19 we are delivering a targeted project called ” Keeping People Connected” aimed at adults with learning difficulties – disabilities and or Autism (ASC) to ensure access to support if they want any, around Covid19.

We are aiming to target those not known to services. You or your colleagues, friends and family may well meet or know of adults that fit the criteria and maybe we could offer help if wanted, regarding Covid 19 support and information.

Please do contact me or pass our contact information on we have flyers too on jpeg and pdf – we are really all in this together we want to reach anyone who needs us.

Boredom Buster Booklet

some of JUST Lincolnshire Ambassadors working in their roles as experts by experience with the NHS to create this booklet.

 

Impact on COVID-19 on persons with  hidden disabilities

We spoke to Pat from Busy days day care a centre for support and building relationship with people with disabilities in the county of Lincolnshire.

https://www.justlincolnshire.org.uk/news/being-a-safe-centre-during-a-time-of-covid-19/

 

Hidden disabilities sunflower scheme

“The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower originated in 2016 when London
Gatwick Airport posed the question, ‘How can we recognise that one of
our passengers may have a non obvious disability?”