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An update from Talk Community:

Talk Community Helpline - In order to support people to remain at home the Talk Community Covid-19 helpline continues to operate for those more vulnerable residents who are unable to source support from family, friends or their local community with food supplies, medication delivery or befriending. The Talk Community helpline can also support registration for online shopping slots that have been allocated to Herefordshire with Tesco and Iceland and for CEV’s through the national system.

Please contact us or forward our contact details onto those requiring support to 01432-260027 or email talkcommunityhelpline@herefordshire.gov.uk or go to Coronavirus - Talk Community support for more information and to complete an online support form. The WISH website provides information on food and local suppliers. Contact NHS 111 for any urgent medication supplies.

Volunteer register and support - Herefordshire Voluntary Organisations Support Service (HVOSS) continues working as part of the 'Talk Community Herefordshire COVID-19 Response' to help ensure all members of the community are supported, for as long as is needed. Volunteers can Register here and roles include -Vaccination Programme Support (non-medical), Shopping for food and essentials, Collecting prescriptions, Leaflet Distribution, Check in and chat. Local Community groups offering support to residents through the pandemic that need extra volunteer help can e-mail talkcommunity@hvoss.org.uk or call 01432-343932.

Latest local Covid data. Herefordshire Council Coronavirus information is updated regularly. The weekly summaries about the impact of Covid-19 in Herefordshire are published each week and you can see the latest version if you click on the ‘more details’ at the end of this notice.

An easy read coronavirus information page, which links to two Government booklets (national lockdown and Covid-19 vaccination) is available on the Herefordshire WISH website

National Covid guidance is available on the Government website.

Guidance for managing playgrounds and outdoor gyms -updated guidance for owners and operators of playgrounds and outdoor gyms to enable their use during the national lockdown in England.

Countryside Code – respect the outdoors - The Department for Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has produced a series of posters and social media materials aimed at reducing littering, including disposable PPE items, and discouraging other breaches of the countryside code in open spaces. The resources are available for councils or other organisations to download to use in their local areas or to share across their social media channels.

The vaccination programme is being led by our NHS colleagues in partnership with colleagues across the health and social care system. Colleagues directly involved with administering and coordinating the vaccination are working extremely hard to ensure that the priority list advised by the government is followed and Herefordshire are currently the leading area in the country on rolling out the vaccine, it has vaccinated a higher percentage of people than any other county so far. The following links provide some information on the vaccinations and programme:

Herefordshire and Worcestershire CCG website

Hereford Times website

Understanding Herefordshire website

Healthwatch Facebook page has the recording of their recent Covid19 vaccine Question and Answer webinar.

The Stakeholder Briefing on Delivering the NHS Covid-19 vaccination, from Simon Trickett, Chief Executive, Herefordshire and Worcestershire CCG and STP, dated 21st January is available here.

Official figures have been released which show that nearly 80,000 people across our two counties have already received their Covid-19 vaccination. We’ve still a long way to go, but with even more vaccination sites and community pharmacies coming online soon we’ll continue to make rapid progress in our fight against this virus.

Ross Community Development Trust have an update from our Primary Care Network 24 January 2021 on their website

Community wellbeing telephone survey We are currently carrying out a survey to understand the current mental and physical wellbeing of our communities and assess the impact of the coronavirus (COIVD-19) on resident’s lives. DJS Research Ltd have been commissioned to carry out the survey on our behalf. They will be contacting 1100 residents at random by telephone to collect detailed information about their current circumstances and experiences. The survey is made up of 55 questions and takes no more than 20 minutes to complete. Residents will only be asked for their full name and address at the end of the survey if they give their consent to take part in future research. This consent can be withdrawn at any time. DJS Research will not ask people for financial information or bank details.

The results of the survey will be published on the Understanding Herefordshire website later this year and will be used by the council to identify trends and areas for attention in local communities. For more information please visit our wellbeing survey webpage. The survey will end on 28 February.

WISH News January 2021
Stay well this winter

This year, it’s more important than ever for us all to try and look after our health and wellbeing. The healthier we are, the more likely we are to beat viruses like flu and Covid-19.
There’s a few simple steps we can take to look after our health, during the winter months…

  • Have your flu vaccination, especially if you receive a letter from your GP, because you're in a high risk group
  • Keep your home heated to at least 18°C (65°F)
  • Keep active at home with virtual exercise classes
  • If you start to feel unwell, call NHS 111 or visit www.111.nhs.uk (24/7)

  • Don’t forget to look out for elderly relatives or neighbours, who may need a little extra help and support this winter.

    For more top tips and support, visit www.wisherefordshire.org/winter and for virtual exercises and activities, visit www.wisherefordshire.org/stayingathome.

    Keep Herefordshire Warm (KHW) are pleased to be able to offer emergency fuel vouchers again for any of their service users who have been impacted by the COVID 19 crisis. The fuel vouchers are offered to households with pre-payment meters. The voucher value is £28 for a single resident or £49 for a family. Anyone on a pre-payment meter that is struggling now can be referred. Please contact us at fuelvouchers@severnwye.org.uk to be sent a secure webform referral link for your organisation.

    Carers’ news
    Please see the first on-line ‘Carers news’ newsletter for professionals from Crossroads Together. Crossroads Together is a registered charity with a mission to support unpaid carers of all ages to receive the support and advice they need to maintain their caring role and look after their own health and wellbeing. In Herefordshire, Crossroads Together provide CarerLinks; an information and advice service for unpaid carers of all ages who are new to caring for someone or for existing carers who need additional support. You can sign up to the mailing list by emailing herefordshire@crossroadstogether.org.uk

    Carers’ strategy - public engagement survey
    We have been undertaking engagement activity with a wide range of stakeholders to develop a new carers strategy for Herefordshire. As part of this engagement work we are now carrying out a public survey for members of the public who are unpaid carers to people residing in Herefordshire. The most important findings from the survey will be included in the revised carers strategy for Herefordshire. Once completed in late 2021 the carers strategy for Herefordshire will be available on the Herefordshire Council website. We would very much appreciate is you could promote this survey and share the link with your networks.

    With best wishes

    Amy Pitt

    Assistant Director – Talk Community Programme
    Adults and Communities Directorate

    Mobile: 07792 881896
    Email: amy.pitt@herefordshire.gov.uk

    Date: 30/01/2021
    Link: Click here for more details

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