This hub brings together useful information about our work on coronavirus, including our campaign to End Isolation In Care. It does not contain medical advice. If you are worried that you or someone you support may be at risk, contact the NHS via the 111 online service. If the symptoms become severe, telephone the NHS support line on 111.
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Thank you for your patience if we take a little longer than usual to get back to you. Our helpline is incredibly busy at this challenging time – we are here for you and will get back to you as soon as we can.
R&RA are working to ensure the voices of people needing care are heard during this pandemic and to support families to stay connected during this challenging time:
R&RA’s services have never been more in demand. Calls to the R&RA Helpline have increased and we expect demand to continue to rise. At the same time, our income has dropped by 70%. We are determined to keep the R&RA Helpline open and operating remotely, to be there for older people and their families across the country. Please consider donating to us at this challenging time, by clicking here.