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Using different communications to adapt to how we support people and ourselves during Covid-19

Using different communications to adapt to how we support people and ourselves during Covid-19

Topic created on, Monday, March 23, 2020

This space is to share best practice and good examples of how you are using different communications to support people experiencing homelessness as well as amongst ourselves, when you are unable to meet in person during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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(Rough Sleepers Initiative Project Worker), from Leicester Ian S-P Action Homeless - lots of use of Zoom calls to enable 'face to face' support for colleagues!
(Frontline Network), from London Some tips on remote working here - https://www.smartdesc.co.uk/remote-working-top-tips-for-charities/?_cldee=YW1hbmRhLmJlbm5ldHRAc3RtYXJ0aW5zY2hhcml0eS5vcmcudWs%3d&recipientid=contact-762a1cb2becfe711812de0071b652f51-daaf54f6667f42f7b6f423639de3db3d&utm_source=ClickDimensions&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NCVO%3A%20Monthly%20Trusted%20Supplier%20bulletin&esid=1798758d-536f-ea11-a811-000d3ab70a67 Charity Jobs also have some tips around working from home and looking after your team - https://recruiternews.charityjob.co.uk/working-from-home-how-to-make-it-work/?_cldee=YW1hbmRhLmJlbm5ldHRAc3RtYXJ0aW5zY2hhcml0eS5vcmcudWs%3d&recipientid=contact-762a1cb2becfe711812de0071b652f51-daaf54f6667f42f7b6f423639de3db3d

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