Guidance: Supported living services during coronavirus (COVID-19)

Department Of Health

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This guidance has been amended to reference the new national lockdown and updated advice on required isolation periods.

This guidance sets out:

  • key messages to assist with planning and preparation in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic so that local procedures can be put in place to minimise risk and provide the best possible support to people in supported living settings
  • safe systems of working including, social distancing, respiratory and hand hygiene and enhanced cleaning
  • how infection prevention and control (IPC) and personal protective equipment (PPE) applies to supported living settings

The easy read version is under review. Refer to the main guidance for the latest advice.

Published 6 August 2020
Last updated 6 January 2021 +show all updates

  1. Updated guidance to reference the new national lockdown.

  2. This guidance has now been amended in line with updated advice on local restriction tiers and required isolation periods.

  3. Updated to reflect that the 14-day isolation period is now 10 days.

  4. Added easy read version of the guidance.

  5. Added note that this guidance will be updated soon and directed users to guidance updated due to the 2 December tier system.

  6. Added note that this guidance will be updated soon and directed users to guidance updated due to the 5 November national lockdown.

  7. Added COVID-19: guidance for supported living: easy read.

  8. Added COVID-19: guidance for supported living: easy read.

  9. First published.


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