Even though we are in lockdown at this very moment, we can take heart from all of the generosity being shown during the UK’s health crisis. The BBC have recently reported that there have been over 250,000 people come forward to volunteer for the NHS, assisting with all kinds of tasks and activities that will help alleviate the pressure off of our great NHS.
Tasks that the NHS are appealing for help with include:
1) Delivering Medicines from pharmacies
2) Driving patients to appointments
3) Bringing them home from hospital
4) Making regular phone calls to check on people isolating at home
Anybody who feels fit and healthy and can do any of the above tasks can volunteer, follow the link below for more information on how to volunteer here in Cardiff.
Here is a link that will take you to information regarding volunteering for Mental Health Services.
We are sure that the NHS can’t get enough help at this time. If you feel you can help then contact the NHS dedicated phone numbers and they will advise how best to put yourself forward to volunteer.
The community spirit is clear to see all over Cardiff and South Wales. Church’s are currently helping food banks ensure they have enough food available for vulnerable people. Here is the latest offering from Vale Village Church.
It is great to see all of the community coming together and doing their bit to help in this time of national crisis.
Contact ProCare Nursing for any enquiries
ProCare Nursing have over 20 years experience caring for service users in South Wales. The service user is at the heart of everything we do. Contact us if you require care for a loved one we are happy to help.
Tel: 029 2025 0611