By Jacqui Tibbits, Director Consultivation
The Coronavirus outbreak has helped raise awareness of loneliness and social isolation within our communities with a focus on those who are vulnerable including older people. The presence of the virus coupled with instructions to stay at home is seeing an increase in community connections and innovation including on-line community groups, adopt a neighbour schemes, and for people to connect or reconnect. One such initiative is the use of red and green cards for vulnerable people to use however I believe there is some caution to be taken.
Jacqui is a positive change management specialist with a penchant for public speaking.
Susan has expertise in cognitive behaviour therapy, narrative therapy & mindfulness.
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