COVID-19 Plans, Support & Resources

Local

Keep Well Campaign

Wicklow County Council

This local campaign aims to support people of all ages to mind their own physical and mental health and wellbeing by adding healthy and helpful habits to their daily and weekly routines.  It provides guidelines, information, and tips on things that will help us keep well through the challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

Wicklow Keep Well

From the Wicklow Keep Well website you can also access local and national information updates and statistics in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic including plans, responses, resources and supports.

 

Starting with a plan to do one small thing that will keep you well is a great way to look after your mental health and wellbeing. 

 

Other Local COVID-19 Responses

Co. Wicklow PPN working in collaboration with Avril Bailey, Human Givens Counsellor & Coach

Supercharge Your Self Care Programme

During 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and bearing in mind the shared Vision for Community Wellbeing developed with communities throughout the County, which highlighted the wish that people be connected and enjoy a good level of social and community support Co. Wicklow PPN decided to develop a resource to help support the wellbeing of individuals and communities. We teamed up Avril Bailey to develop this Super Charge Your Selfcare Programme.

This programme was initially delivered as online training. It has now been developed into a series of six short videos.

View the Six Videos on YouTube

For more information and resources check out:

Wicklow County Council Keep Well

Healthy Ireland Keep Well

HSE – Mental Health Supports

HSE – Mind Your Wellbeing

County Wicklow Heritage – Together Apart
Our Wicklow Heritage are building a ‘people’s archive’ a record of the unprecedented times we live in during COVID-19. 

Check out their Together Apart webpage to browse the articles and share yours.

 
 

County Wicklow Partnership (CWP)

COVID-19 Resources and Information

Bray Area Partnership

COVID-19 Resources and Information 

National

Access details on: the latest public health measures; vaccine updates and registration portal; and the supports available for recovery HERE

You will also be able to access detailed information on the current COVID-19 restrictions in place.

 

HSE

Click HERE to access the HSE COVID-19 webpage.  The page provides links to advice and information about COVID-19, including symptoms, testing, vaccination and self-isolation. 

You can also access HSE prepared resources (including leaflets, posters and videos) and translated versions of them from this webpage.

Citizens Information

For more on all things COVID-19 related  visit the Citizens Information website.

International

WHO – World Health Organisation (click for resources)
Advice for the Public – includes simple posters & resources about protective measures for communities and work places.

Communities in Action

Almost 17,000 people in Ireland have responded to the Government call for community volunteers during the COVID-19 crisis. 

To get a glimpse of what community groups in Wicklow have done in response to COVID-19:

List of Community Group that provided COVID-19 Response services in Co. Wicklow.

The Department of Rural and Community Development has linked with Pobal to prepare information and resources on ‘Reopening’ for the Community and Voluntary Sector.  They have prepared a detailed WEBPAGE providing an overview of the available guidance and resources on how to re-open safely, based on the current recommendations of the Government, the Health & Safety Authority (HSA), the Health Service Executive (HSE) and other representative bodies.

Co Wicklow PPN in collaboration with Carmichael provided the following training sessions to support member groups deal with COVID restrictions and regulations and reopen safely.

Ready to Reopen 2021, online training delivered by Liam Scollan on the 23rd September 2021.  Please note Government guidelines changed after this training.

Ready & Able Post COVID-19, online training delivered by Liam Scollan on the 21st July 2020.