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  • The C-19 Frontline Worker Support Forum is a space dedicated to sharing frontline worker information, guidance and solutions relating to the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on frontline workers.

    Anyone who is a frontline worker supporting people experiencing homelessness can utilise this vital resource. You can ask a question, share information, or highlight best practice related to supporting people experiencing homelessness.

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How to maintain trust and engagement without face to face contact?

How to maintain trust and engagement without face to face contact?

Topic created on, Monday, March 23, 2020

We have had many people over the past week raise this question. Please use this space to share tips, best practice, creative ways of maintaining trust and engagement with the people you support during this time.

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(Director of Services ), from Leicester In some of our smaller housing units which houses clients with mental health, we have set up WhattsApp accounts and allowed the clients to access the business WIFI and staff are taking to people daily through this media
(Rough Sleepers Initiative Project Worker), from Leicester Ian S-P Action Homeless Leicester - I think inter-agency working and cooperation in leicester is good anyway but this whole situation appears to have made most people more concerned for each other. Emails, calls, texts are allowing workers like myself who are self isolating to continue supporting clients and we have provided mobiles for clients without. Inter-agency contacts and relationships mean that even if I can't physically assist a client with say food parcel I can arrange for a colleague, whether from Action Homeless or other agencies to support this. Clients are being proactive in some cases and alerting me to newly set up Facebook Mutual aid groups which increases the opportunities to actually respond positively to client need even though I am stuck at home for the next 11 weeks!

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