TASC’s services are open but following the government’s guidelines announced on 23 March 2020, our staff will be working from home until advised otherwise.
Investing in technology and resources to enable our team members to work remotely is one of our standard working practices and we are well prepared to continue delivering the vast bulk of our services during this time. Our phone lines will remain open but it may take a little longer for our team members to answer. Please leave us a message we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
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If you need support with your mental, physical or financial wellbeing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will get back to you shortly. If you would like to apply for support, please download an application form.
Supporting the wellbeing of the ambulance community
Get lots of tips, tools, advice and information to support your and your team’s wellbeing during this crucial time in our downloadable information pack.
Talk With TASC
If you’re one of the thousands of people in the UK’s ambulance community currently self-isolating you may be experiencing boredom, stress or social isolation which can all result in feelings of loneliness. With our new free Talk With TASC service, we can arrange for one of our friendly TASC volunteers to call you at a prearranged time for a friendly chat about anything and everything – from the lovely weather to the latest episode of Gogglebox!
Evidence-based tools for frontline staff
Jennifer Wild, TASC’s Clinical Advisor and Associate Professor of Experimental Psychology at Oxford University, recommends seven tools to help support your health and wellbeing while working with patients with Covid-19. Please click on the image below to download the infographic.
More information, including how we can support the mental wellbeing of the UK’s ambulance community, is available here.
- If you have any health concerns, check the NHS website for up-to-date advice and guidance, and for regular updates on travel information, symptoms and precautionary measures.
- PHE has published some frequently asked questions on the coronavirus.
- Public Health England recommends that everyone should maintain good hand, respiratory and personal hygiene. There are NHS guidelines on good hand hygiene.
The following events have been rescheduled:
- Blue Light Stair Run – rescheduled until Spring 2021
- London Vitality 10K – postponed until 2021
- Skydive (Grange over Sands)- postponed until Summer 2021
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- The Peer Support Training Workshops in Exeter and Newcastle have been rescheduled until later in the year. For more information, please contact email@example.com
We are working hard to ensure orders from our online shop are fulfilled but there may be a slight delay to the delivery times advertised. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.