Are the Oakleaf offices now open?
We are pleased to be up and running again and we look forward to welcoming you to training, counselling and wellbeing activities! As per the latest government advice (October) for medium and high tier Covid-19 alert levels, you are permitted to attend work or charitable-related activities, including support groups of up to 15 people.
We are open for clients with Covid-19 safety measures in place, including the use of a QR poster to aid track & trace. Please visit our ‘Covid-19 Update’ page for all of the latest updates and information regarding our services, health advice and guidance.
Whatever the level of restrictions during the upcoming winter months, Oakleaf will be here to ensure all clients have access to support—be that face-to-face, online or over the phone. If you have any queries or concerns, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
What measures are in place to ensure Oakleaf is safe?
We are complying with the latest Government guidelines around the safety of our staff and clients including: taking your temperature upon arrival, limiting numbers, maintaining a safe social distance, and wearing face coverings when walking around the building. If you are concerned, you have the option to wear your face mask at all times but this is not necessary.
We hope everyone is keeping safe and well and if you have any Covid-19 symptoms, including but not limited to a cough or fever, please do go on the NHS website.
What is Oakleaf’s cleaning regime?
We have two cleaners that come in 7 days a week. All communal spaces, toilets, objects, floors and touchable surfaces are disinfected and cleaned every day. Sanitiser and masks are available throughout the building.
Can I attend with my child as I don’t have childcare?
Can my friend come along too?
Is there a charge?
What if I don’t have any money?
Is there parking?
Can I bring my support worker?
Can I smoke?