There is new easy read information from the government about their plan for getting back to normal after Coronavirus.
The government has also published an easy read guide about the ethical framework for adult social care. These are rules to help make sure that decisions about care and support are made fairly.
Stay Up Late Campaign have made a great news sheet which includes a cartoon story about lockdown and what we can and can’t do.
Eddy Phillips, Carl Shaw and David Gill have forwarded us some great LGBT+ resources they have put together that might be helpful. These are:
The NHS have 3 easy read posters on
Photosymbols have made a series of posters that explain how to stay safe, what to do if you feel unwell and what it means if you have other health conditions. You can download the Photosymbols posters here
The Downs Syndrome Association has made an easy read guide for people with Downs Syndrome that includes information on what to do if you feel ill and social distancing. You can find the Downs Syndrome Association resources here
Like shopping online? EasyRead.Info have made an easy read guide to shopping online here
Inclusion Europe are sharing information that is easy to read from different european countries. Remember the advice is from that country not the UK but it could be useful if you know people in other countries. You can find easy read information from Inclusion Europe here
- What you can and can’t do under the new rules from the beginning of July.
- Travelling safely
- Going to work safely
- Going to a funeral
- Top tips for keeping safe
- Advice for people who are shielding
Opening Doors have made an easy read guide to making your plan for staying safe and staying in. You can find the download the Opening Doors easy read guide here
Mary’s Soap Story graphic: The big messages on keeping well are about washing your hands. Mary has shared her soap story with us:
The World Health Organisation have made some posters about managing stress and social distancing. You can see these below: