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Local charity, serving the older people in Conwy County Borough and Denbighshire / Elusen lleol, sy'n gwasanaethu pobl hŷn yn Sir Ddinbych a Conwy.
Read our joint statement on the rights of older people in the UK to treatment during this pandemic.
With @age_uk @IndependentAge @AnchorHanover @talkolderpeople @COPNI @agescotland @Age_NI
Would anyone like to join us on twitter for a virtual book club? We’ve got some great unlimited titles on @Borrowbox , which means lots of people can read them at the same time. Pick one of these titles then join us online for a chat! https://libraries.wales/my-digital-library/borrowbox/ #UnitedByBooks
Hello there, can you help us spread the message about our ‘Check-in and chat service for older people in Wales, please? Diolch yn fawr 🙌🏻
@KathJenkins @GethincJones @gareththomas14 @AlunWynJones @samwarburton_ https://twitter.com/AgeCymru/status/1240672080879915009
‼️Visiting at all North Wales hospitals has been suspended to help prevent the spread of COVID-19: https://bcuhb.nhs.wales/news/health-board-news/visiting-suspended-across-all-north-wales-hospitals/
In light of the current COVID 19 situation our office is closed to the public. The Information and Advice team are available to answer telephone calls and emails. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with the team on: 0300 2345 007 email@example.com
We've created a new information hub to connect older people and their families to the latest information, advice and guidance relating to the coronavirus, as well as tips for health and wellbeing:
To find out what to do if you think you have symptoms, please visit @NHSDirectWales' #coronavirus symptom checker 🔗https://www.nhsdirect.wales.nhs.uk/SelfAssessments/symptomcheckers/default.aspx?ScName=CoronaVirusCOVID19&SCTId=175&locale=en
Having trouble getting to the library? Don’t worry about fines, all books will be automatically renewed.
Following today’s announcement by @PublicHealthW we are aware of misleading information circulating on social media and would like to clarify that #Wrexham Maelor Hospital is not in ‘lockdown’ ➡️ https://www.facebook.com/190324771007710/posts/3789252854448199/?d=n