Does your child aged 12-15 qualify for a COVID-19 vaccine? Here’s what to do next.
We have previously shared information about those exempt from wearing face coverings on public transport etc. Please see our previous post for further information about exemptions or the Government Guidance (section 5 covers exemptions).
As of Monday 15th June 2020, everyone must wear a face covering when on public transport if they can, but importantly there are exemptions for those who need it.
Each week, the Council for Disabled Children (CDC) is posting a new set of FAQs from parent carers and professionals in response to questions they have been receiving relating to SEND issues experienced nationally during the coronavirus pandemic.
If you receive the Government’s Carers Allowance, there are some changes that have happened as a results of the COVID-19 crisis: –
Linked to the information above, the Prime Minister has set out a recovery strategy to begin bringing the country out of the lockdown measures that were imposed to help protect us all from the Coronavirus.
On 11th May 2020, the Government published information for parents and carers to help prepare for the wider opening of nurseries, schools and colleges from 1st June 2020.
The government has set out its plan to return life to as near normal as we can, for as many people as we can, as quickly and fairly as possible in order to safeguard livelihoods, but in a way that is safe and continues to protect our NHS.
Unpaid carers such as parent carers with disabled children have now been added to the list of essential workers and those prioritised for COVID-19 testing in England.
On Friday 1st May, Contact launched a survey through the Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP) to help them gain more insight and evidence on the impact of lockdown on families with disabled children. The findings will be shared with government to influence their actions on the pandemic and beyond.