Learn coping strategies to respond to the impact of COVID-19 social distancing
The increase in anxiety and uncertainty due to COVID-19 is placing increased pressure on the social care workforce, as well as those receiving help.
This pandemic has highlighted a need for enhanced social care within communities, such as individuals relying on neighbors and local services.
On this course, you’ll explore the impact of self-isolation and social distancing on social care, as well as the added vulnerabilities that COVID-19 may create.
You’ll make sense of your experiences, gain different perspectives, and explore ways of coping with the challenges of living in a pandemic when you’re giving or relying on social care.
This course is designed for social care professionals, including residential, domiciliary, and home-based carers.
It will also be useful for anyone struggling with self-isolation and social distancing who would like to learn how to address their feelings and develop coping strategies.