Guidance and Support

Voluntary & Community Sector Services

Please click on the links below for voluntary and community support services available in our area.

Advice – Including welfare benefits, debt, housing, tenancy, mental health etc

Employment Services – Employment services available in our area.

Bereavement Support – Bereavement support services.

Prescription Collection & Delivery – Support services available in our area for the collection and delivery of prescriptions.

Self-isolation & Wellbeing Check – Doorstep visits, wellbeing & social isolation checks.

Supermarket Food Services – Supermarket shopping, delivery & collection support services.

Other Food Services Available – Food parcels, hot meal provision/delivery & emergency food support services.

Telephone Support For Those Isolating – For those isolating/vulnerable/older/lonely/families of specific groups.

Housing & Tenacy Support – Housing and/or tenancy support services

Other Services – Other services available.

Wellbeing Support

Children & Young People Self Help Menu – resources for emotional wellbeing.

Compass – A charity providing health and wellbeing services, helping people unleash their unique potential and live healthier, safer and more fulfilling lives.

Kooth – an online mental wellbeing community.

MindSpace – Wellspring Academy Trust and MindSpace are supporting parents through difficult times by offering access to its counselling services

NEL Emotional Wellbeing – COVID-19 emotional wellbeing resources from North East Lincolnshire Council.

NSPCC Guidance & Support – a summary of NSPCC guidance, advice and support for children, parents/carers and professionals.

Online Safety at Home – guidance from Thinkuknow, an education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline.

SENDIASS Support – flyer from from North East Lincolnshire’s Special Educational Needs and Disabilities information, advice and support service.

Tips for Parents & Carers – tips from the Live Well Wellbeing Service.

Educational Resources

We continue to offer virtual education with some respite provision with a range of resources available to access at home. If you require any support with accessing home learning or have forgotten login details please inform a member of staff during your daily welfare call. Please see below for some websites that you may also find useful.

BBC Bitesize – daily lessons for homeschooling in Maths and English for every year group, as well as regular lessons in Science, History, Geography and more.

Oak National Academy – an online classroom and resource hub.

ThinkuKnow – To support parents and carers during Covid-19 Think u Know are releasing home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities that you can do with your child. The packs will be released every fortnight and are designed to support your child with their online safety at home.