After the lifting of many Covid-19 restrictions from Monday 19 July 2021, Buckinghamshire Mind entered a 4-week review period to consult with service users, volunteers and colleagues about how they want us to ensure they continue to be safe and comfortable.

Following the consultation, we have updated Buckinghamshire Mind’s practices as follows:  

Face coverings are no longer a requirement. However, wearing or not wearing a face covering is an area where choice, collaboration, personal responsibility and respect for others’ feelings will be paramount.

Our services will resume home visits where applicable and face-to-face meetings in our premises and public spaces.  Within each service, there will be a collaborative approach to agreeing how services will or will not change with restrictions lifted. 

A positive outcome of the past 18 months is that online/digital support will continue to be a choice for service users, offering a blended approach to service provision. 



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