When people think of ambulance staff, paramedics are usually the first thing that come to their mind. The ambulance community is so much bigger than staff out on the road, and at TASC we’re passionate about supporting all of them through times of crisis.
TASC’s services are available across the UK, including England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Jersey Guernsey and Gibraltar.
TASC can support anyone who has worked for a UK NHS ambulance service for at least 12 months. This includes staff out on the road, call centre staff, managers, and support staff.
TASC can also support anyone who has worked for Care Quality Commission (CQC) registered independent/private ambulance service in the UK for at least 12 months. This includes staff out on road, call centre staff, managers, and support staff.
If you have ever worked for a UK NHS or CQC-registered independent/private ambulance service for more than 12 months, then you’re eligible to access TASC’s services, even if you’re no longer serving.
TASC can support paramedic science students from their second year of study onwards, however the support must be related to a work placement.
TASC can support anyone who has been an active volunteer for a UK ambulance service for at least three years. This includes patient transport drivers and Community First Responders (CFRs).
TASC can also support volunteers of CQC-registered independent services such as St John Ambulance or Red Cross if the individual is working on an NHS contract. TASC can’t support general volunteers such as Medicar schemes or event first aiders.
Families of someone who is working for, or has worked for, a UK ambulance service, are eligible to access TASC’s Online Wellbeing Hub which is full of information and guidance on a range of topics. If you register on the platform, you can also access online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) modules which have been created by qualified professionals based on best practice.Visit TASC's Online Wellbeing Hub
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