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Here you can find a range of tools, checklists and guidance to help you manage and improve the performance of your organisation. More resources are added frequently but if what you want is not here, go to advice for other ways to get the answer you need.
Organisations and the public should be alert to phishing emails and spoof websites, and many other scams as criminals are exploiting fears surrounding coronavirus. There has also been an increase in phishing via text message.
Being a Telephone Befriending Volunteer
Age UK Bristol's handbook for telephone befriending - updated to include advice about befriending in the context of Coronavirus.
The organisation Easy Read has published simple versions of the government's advice on staying home (issued 24 March 2020) and on self-isolating, to help people with learning disabilities.
If you are coordinating a volunteer response to coronavirus, you need to complete a risk assessment to make sure your volunteers are as safe, aware and responsible as possible.
There are 91 languages spoken by Bristol communities, and we need to make sure that everyone can access simple instructions on social distancing and looking after vulnerable people, especially if English is not their first language and they are not a confident reader of English.