Introduction to adapting your support

For Groups with families arriving in early 2021, adapting your support has never been more important

When you wrote your resettlement plan, thinking through how you would provide support to a newly resettled family, it’s highly unlikely you imagined a situation where you might not be able to spend time with the family, or to do so in a socially distanced way.

Whilst no group or family are the same, and there isn’t a blue print of how to resettle refugees during a global pandemic, here we provide some guidance, looking at how other groups who welcomed before the first lockdown managed, and providing some tips on adapting your support. 

All Groups welcoming families should have received an FAQ from the Home Office.  If you have not received this, please get in contact. 

Flexibility is going to be crucial as you support a family, and being able to respond to change will be key.  Reset are always here to assist you, so please don’t hesitate to get in contact if we can assist.  You should always conform to current legislations and precautions in your area.

Last modified
Thursday, December 17, 2020 - 13:45
Key things to do
  • Be ready to be flexible 
  • Ask for help if you need it