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Our offer remains fluid and is changing to meet the needs of individuals, families and households as we manage a route back to our everyday lives. We offer practical support alongside supported introductions to the most appropriate agencies and services to help residents move forward. Often supporting those who need it the most, our staff and a thriving network of volunteers are ready to assist people who are experiencing temporary hardship and/or anxieties due to the impact of COVID.
Thankfully we are experiencing less incidents of households needing to isolate, however in addition to the above, please be assured that if you are asked to self-isolate, and have no alternative support networks, we continue to offer volunteer help with practical tasks such as shopping and prescription collection.
For many, the impact of the pandemic has resulted in the breakdown of social connections and reduced confidence to being able to restart some of the community ‘activities and opportunities’ previously enjoyed. We are delighted that the CSO, through its connections and partnerships is able to offer regular social contact via telephone and increasingly through face to face meetings/groups to anyone experiencing social isolation and/or loneliness.
For further information or just an initial chat - please do not hesitate to contact Kathryn on 07922 421326 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a partner wishing to work with us on supporting residents across the Ryedale Area - please give us a call - we are here to work with everyone and help our communities confidently thrive once more.