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Learning disability resources
This series of seven booklets have been produced to support people with mild to moderate learning/intellectual disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The booklets can be used with the support of family members, friends, volunteers and carers and are also suitable for social work and health professionals. They are intended to give people with learning/intellectual disabilities an opportunity to talk through their feelings with people providing support to them. They cover topics such as relaxing, solving problems, being active and staying well, getting a good nights sleep and coping with feeling down.
Provided by: University of Glasgow, Lancaster, Oxford and Warwick
This series of guides have been designed to keep people with learning disabilities safe and well during the COVID-19 outbreak. These guides are focussed on self isolating, social distancing, food shopping, scams and self-care.
They are accessible for people with a learning disability and are in easy-read format.
This series of videos from Barts Health NHS Trust in London explain about COVID -19 observational and interventional research studies with a brief description about what it involves for patients or their next of kin. Both videos have been translated into several languages. Links to each can be found under the videos below.