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Coronavirus Update

We would like to reassure our service users that whilst we have to make changes to the way we deliver our service in line with the Government’s guidelines, we are still open and here to support you.

CARE PLUS

Home visits

The government has communicated that extra precautions should be taken to minimise social contact for people that are:
• Pregnant
• 70 or over 70
• have a pre-existing health condition

We are undertaking some home visits but in the majority of cases, we will be postponing home visits for the time being. We will decide on a case by case basis how best to continue delivering our service to people who request help. For those we are unable to visit, we are in regular contact via phone and facetime.

CHANCE TO MEET

Whilst we are unable to offer face-to-face activities at the moment our service will remain open and you can contact us through all the usual routes of communication, including telephone, Messenger, Facetime, Skype, text and email.

We are also running a BID parent/carer support group that anyone can join. This is to share ideas on schooling resources which can be accessed online. Families are also sharing news on local support they hear about. We are also running activities on our Chance to Meet Facebook page.Our Chance to Meet events will continue again as soon as it is safe to do so.

We understand that you may be feeling particularly anxious about the current situation. If you need to chat, then get in touch and someone will call you.

Getting in touch

Email support@bid.org.uk
Tel 01522 848295
Voice/SMS 07702 939170
Facebook BID Lincolnshire (Chance to Meet) - private group, request to join.


Lincolnshire

We offer a number of services to residents of Lincolnshire, including Care Plus which supports adults to maintain their independence.

We also provide a range of activities for children, young people and their families. Called Chance to Meet, the service aims to provide socialisation, opportunities, connect family members, and share experiences between parents, carers, siblings and wide family members.

Please click on the links to find out more.