Our thoughts are with anyone who has been impacted by the current situation – we wish you, your families and colleagues all the best during this time.
Roundabout remains open because it is as important as ever to provide support for the children and adults we work with, and the people close to them.
We are offering schools and parents/carers a number of options:
* Setting up weekly email and phone contact.
* Working virtually with staff and children at schools that are remaining open
Any contact is being carried out in line with all current safeguarding regulations.
Here is an invitation to your school if you are looking for some support for vulnerable children. Click here
We are offering similar support to residential homes, as well as exploring alternative ways of offering contact and support.
We will be posting ‘Share your Bear’ via our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/roundaboutdrama/
and members of our team will be reading stories to delight young and old alike.
We will continue to explore alternative ways of supporting you and will be bringing you more news after Easter.
Ways to keep in contact
Our office will be closed for the foreseeable future but we will be continuing to work remotely. If you need to get in touch, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
We will continue to post on twitter so please follow us as we aim to keep you updated with news of our services and share resources. Our twitter handle is @roundaboutdrama
Everyone at Roundabout joins in wishing you and all our communities the very best of good wishes during this difficult time. We look forward to being with you in person as soon as is safely possible.
For some resources we have found helpful to explain to clients what coronavirus is, click here
Some additional helpful therapy resources can be found here
Some additional helpful activity resources can be found here
Further advice and guidance is available below
Government advice on coronavirus, click here
NHS Advice, click here
NHS 111 symptom checker, click here
WHO guidance to support mental health during this time, click here
Guidance and advice from MIND to support wellbeing, click here
COVID Symptom Tracker – join millions of people to support scientists at King’s College London in helping our health services. Click here