Links and resources on the Internet to help the safety of those vulnerable in the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resources to help you look out for some of the signs of fatigue, and that share steps you can take to be kind to yourself and overcome these feelings.
If at any time you feel overwhelmed by any feelings, it is important that you talk to someone you trust. A GP, family member or friend, or make contact with any of the services (available 24/7) on this page.
Information, advice and strategies to help you manage your wellbeing and mental health during this time.
Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Services
Phone: 1800 512 348 (24/7)
Webchat services, Online Community Forum [Coping during the Coronavirus Pandemic]
Phone: 1800 551 800
Phone: 13 11 14
Our 20 Favourite Crime Prevention Tips for Retirement Communities
Our 20 Favourite Crime Prevention Tips for Seniors
Our 20 Favourite Crime Prevention Tips for the Socially Isolated
Neighbourhood Network Program
A response to the COVID-19 pandemic, especially for seniors and the vulnerable in our community
FACT SHEET – Grief & COVID-19 (Information and advice on psychological well-being of seniors)
FACT SHEET – COVID-19 Check-in Card (advice for residents without a smart phone for an easy alternative check-in method at Covid-safe businesses. See also Service NSW below.)
NEIGHBOUR CARD (pdf to download and print, to offer help to a vulnerable/senior neighbour)
Neighbourhood Watch W.A.
Crime Prevention Resources – Our Communities: Senior Safety Brochure
Including Case Locations & Alerts, Public Health Orders & Restrictions.
Mobile Phone App information
Coronavirus Australia App
Older Persons Covid-19 Support Line
Phone: 1800 171 866 (Mon-Fri 8:30am-6pm exc public holidays)
Create a COVID-19 check-in card
The COVID-19 check-in card is a hard-copy (printed) card with a unique QR code that contains your registered contact details for use at Covid-safe businesses
Service NSW Mobile App
Access NSW government services easily and stay COVID Safe
This Way Up
Supporting you through the VOVID-19 pandemic
Access free online tolls and learn practical ways to protect your mental health