Coronavirus – COVID-19

We will continue to offer support to ALL members and families who are unable to access a face-to-face service during this time; this support will include:

Regular calls and chats with key workers

Sessions and Activities via ZOOM

Nansa at Home activities via social media

Activity/Resource packs to enjoy at home

To access the ‘Nansa at Home’ page, click the button below:

Nansa also now has a webpage dedicated to our next steps (The Road Ahead), please click the button below to learn more:

We have launched this web-page specifically, to provide our staff, volunteers, members, trainees, families, carers and visitors with the information they will require; in relation to how Nansa is preparing for, and mitigating against, any risk to health posed by the potential incidence and spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Norfolk.

NHS Guidance and Common Questions: (click here).

Message from Leon Smith (Nansa CEO): NOVEMBER 2020

“I want to say a huge thank you to our staff, volunteers, members and families during this time. You have been patient, calm, understanding, and committed to our efforts; helping Nansa deal with this event in the most appropriate way. We will endeavour to keep you updated via our website and social media channels.

I appreciate these are uncertain times, but we know what we have to do to deal with this crisis, stay positive, look after each other, and keep following the advice coming from local and national Government. We will get through this together, as a community!”

COVID-19 Vaccine:

Accessibility and reasonable adjustments for individuals with severe learning disabilities whose behaviour challenges…

Check out this superb guidance put together by the ‘Challenging Behaviour Foundation’

Easy Read Support

Guidance from Mencap  is available here… including info about:

Vaccine
Self-isolating
Face coverings
Going to work or working from home
Help with food shopping
Social distancing
Using public transport
Keeping clean and handwashing
Test and trace
Wellbeing and mental health
Moving into a new home
Befriending
Avoiding scams
About coronavirus
Guidance from the Government