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CAD TALKS - COVID-19, a year on, the impact on Mental Health and Support

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Looking back over the year and how COVID-19 has impacted on NHS services & community-led projects with experts in those fields.

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Although Covid-19 had been mentioned from January, it was in March 2019 that we started to feel the effect on services and community support, at the time we didn’t think it would have caused so much of an impact as it has, or how it will shape our future in years to come.

In this CAD TALK Special, we will talk with community groups, health business owners, and NHS departments about how the virus impacted on their provisions to help others, how we can recovery, what lessons have been learnt, and the positives that have grown out of this pandemic that could ultimately aid others in the future.

All our CAD TALKS are recorded, so if you don't want to show your face please turn off your camera, please also try to refrain from smoking on screen or we may have to cover you with a Quit Squad logo.

CAD TALKS are a partnership between the Community Asset & Development Team of LSCFT (NHS) & Wellbeing Lancashire.

Our hosts for this talk will be Jacqueline Robinson from Wellbeing Lancashire/Lancashire BME Network, & Elliot Evans from Connect My Community NHS (CAD)

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The Community Asset & Development Team (CAD), part of the Community Prevention & Engagement Team for the Lancashire & South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust, look to help create and make sustainable community groups within Central Lancashire, and promote diversity & equality for all.

Wellbeing Lancashire’ – An alliance on a mission to make wellbeing a top priority in Lancashire.

For any additional info, please email - cad@lancashirecare.nhs.uk

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