Healthwatch Oxfordshire and Oxford Community Action have worked together to make sure that new and emerging communities have access to trusted and clear information about coronavirus support available locally and nationally.
The Somali, Syrian, Sudanese, East Timorese, East African communities in Oxford have lent their skills and expertise to develop the leaflets with Healthwatch Oxfordshire, and to translate this leaflet into the following languages:
The Government has produced some language translations of its advice on health, mental health and well-being, work, financial support and money, which can be accessed by following this link.
Doctors of the World offer up-to-date coronavirus guidance based on the government’s advice and health information in 60 languages. These can be accessed by following this link.
Big Leaf Foundation has produced written translations of the government lockdown advice in several languages. These can be accessed by following this link.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists provides translations of mental health information covering anxiety, depression, sleeping well, post-traumatic stress, good parenting, worries and anxieties. These translations can be accessed by following this link.
Emerging Minds is offering translations of its leaflet on how to support children and young people with worries about COVID-19 in several languages. These can be accessed by the following link.
Groundswell, a charity which supports people experiencing homelessness, has produced coronavirus advice for people who are sleeping rough or in shared accommodation, translated into Romanian and Polish. These can be accessed by the following link.