As part of the ‘Keep Well’ campaign, the ‘Check-In’ initiative is particularly proactive in encouraging outreach to potentially isolated persons during this pandemic. The Check-In cards are being dropped off (a non-contact check in) to older and isolated people across the county by registered Laois Public Participation Network members. #KeepWell
The Laois Community Call helpline can be accessed Monday to Friday on 1800 832 010 between the hours of 9am and 5pm, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. It is for non-emergency and non-medical calls and this free and confidential service is focused on ensuring that vulnerable members of our community or […]
Registered members of the Public Participation Network will be delivering ‘Check-In’ cards to older and vulnerable persons in our communities, living alone or more isolated during this pandemic. This neighbourly non-contact check in invites people to stay connected and reach out if they need support.
This week Laois County Council is launching a new ‘Check-In’ initiative across the county as part of the ‘Keep Well’ Community Resilience Campaign. Registered members of the Public Participation Network will be delivering ‘Check-In’ cards to older and vulnerable persons in our communities, living alone or more isolated during this […]
Laois County Council’s Community Response Support helpline is open Monday to Friday, between the hours of 9am to 5pm. This free and confidential service is available to individuals who are seeking assistance with social supports, advice, food, medicine and fuel deliveries. The helpline deals with non-emergency and non-medical calls. Call […]