As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact daily life, the focus of Social Practice ENT remains on helping the team, community and client partners to navigate the challenging times ahead.
The last year has been truly transformational. No one could have possibly anticipated the impact that Covid-19 would have on both communities and the economy. The impacts are far-reaching and varied, with still much uncertainty of the further challenges that await us.
As the UK government continues to lift lockdown restrictions, Social Practice ENT hold the following priorities:
1. To help reduce the rate at which the virus spreads by continuing to service client partners remotely;
2. Support local charities and social enterprises that work with communities most affected by Covid-19, including BME groups and older individuals; and,
3. Continue to deliver care to the women and girls Social Practice ENT support through the Social Practice ENT Academy.
There are major restrictions to the extent to which Social Practice ENT can deploy resources as a small not-for-profit organisation that relies solely on trading income. With that being said, Social Practice ENT have, and always will, act in the long-term interests of the phenomenal communities and client partners that they have the privilege of serving.
Social Practice ENT remain hopeful that together, the community will weather this storm and rebuild stronger than before.