It’s World Mental Health Day today (Saturday, 10 October). And this year it comes at a time when our daily lives have changed considerably as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) are inviting residents (and visitors) in Devon and Cornwall to complete a short survey about their Safer Summer Scheme.
The Devon Health Visiting team want to hear your opinions to help them make improvements that support your needs.
Victims of domestic abuse can still access vital support services and groups, despite current restrictions.
Devon residents are encouraged to get their flu vaccine, with the free flu vaccination programme being expanded to 30 million people nationwide this year.
People on low incomes, who must self-isolate if they have symptoms or they are told to do so, and who cannot work from home and have lost income as a result, can receive £500.
Families who share caring responsibilities with another household are allowed to continue if the care support is consistent.
The new NHS COVID-19 app is now available to download. It’s free, and it’s got some clever features that will help stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
New rules came into force on Monday, 14 September which mean that people will not be able to meet socially with others from other households in groups of more than six people.
An update from Jo Olsson, Devon County Council’s Chief Officer for Children’s Services and Chair of the DCFP Executive Group