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  • At InterAct, we understand that during the COVID-19 pandemic, life may have been very difficult for the young people we support, and for their families.

    Where possible, InterAct has been running our face-to-face activities for young people, whilst keeping within the guidelines and restrictions which apply at any time.

    InterAct follows COVID- secure hygiene procedures, guidance from national & local government, and from the National Youth Agency: https://nya.org.uk/guidance/

    We are also continuing to stay in touch via regular online activities – quizzes, chat, cookery etc.

    Full programme information here: http://www.interact.org.uk/activities/young-people/activity-programmes-and-booking-form 

    For further information, please call the InterAct Young People Team on 01245-608206, or email: youngpeopleteam@interact.org.uk

    Our training programmes are also being delivered online (via Zoom). These include Mental Health First Aid (MHFA), Youth MHFA, and workshops in Developing Self-Care, Resilience and Wellbeing. For more information, or to book, please contact: training@interact.org.uk

    Meanwhile, if you are feeling anxious, stressed or feeling that you cannot cope, please do pick up the phone and call the InterAct Young People Team on 01245-608206.

    We will listen and try to help, and if necessary help you get support via the other support services which have been set up during the COVID-19 crisis.

    Useful information if your child or young person should become unwell or have an injury during the COVID-19 outbreak 

    Whilst the COVID-19 coronavirus is infectious to children it is rarely serious. If your child is unwell it is likely to be a non-coronavirus illness, rather than coronavirus itself. Please view this helpful flyer.

    Advice for parents when a child is unwell or injured during the pandemic

     


    Useful information if your child or young person should become unwell or have an injury during the COVID-19 outbreak 

    Whilst coronavirus is infectious to children it is rarely serious. If your child is unwell it is likely to be a non-coronavirus illness, rather than coronavirus itself. please view this helpful flyer.

    Advice for parents when a child is unwell or injured during isolation >

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