Information about Coronavirus
Information more accessible to people with learning difficulties and disabilities, produced by Connect In The North.
A short wordless story, that will help people to understand what to do if you have Coronavirus and how to keep yourself and those who you care about safe. The story also shows how to safely help others who may be self-isolating. Supplementary text at the end of the story gives information on where people can seek help if they are unwell and signposts to other useful resources.
Lots of information and resources aimed at those with learning disabilities for people who use Aspire services, family carers, partner organisations, and staff.
Simple to print PDF
Printable PDF with information about shielding, updated June 2020
Printable PDF with information about June changes to general Coronavirus advice.
Lots of easy read information and printable resources.
Download this PDF template and cut out one of the cards to show. Each card explains a different reason why it’s ok for you to not wear a mask. From Keep Safe.
Things to do online
Lots of information about things to do on the internet while you are at home.
We know how important it is for people to stay active, engaged and stimulated while our Lifelong Learning Programmes are closed. With that in mind, we’ll be posting daily activities on this page, in line with our weekly theme. You can do them all at home, using resources that you should be able to find around the house / garden.
A Facebook group for people with learning disabilities running daily lessons and fun things for people to do including posting YouTube videos and hosting Watch Parties. A private group but anyone with learning disabilities can ask to join.
Regularly updated weekly plan of activities and workshops delivered using Facebook for people with learning disabilities.
Staying safe online
Easy Read guide to online safety produced by the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities
An Easy Read guide developed by Care Management Group and CHANGE. Printable PDF.
How to use Zoom
Developed by Ace, an independent advocacy organisation based in Suffolk.
Printable PDF from Learning Disability Wales
People In Action – Video tutorials for people struggling with Zoom