THE IMAGINATION ACTS website has been created by Anne Yarwood, resident in Ascot for over 50 years, to show how individuals CAN effect change… can DO something about their concerns, in an imaginative way.

Dear Readers,

Welcome to our  Summer 2020 edition :-

AND SO WE CAME TOGETHER  

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The next edition of TIA will be guest edited by Sarah Cox with the theme – ‘Laws of Attraction’.

 

 

Warm greetings to you all and we hope you find ‘And So We Came Together’ interesting.

Keep well

Anne Yarwood and Sally Dillon

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Cover My Back or Cover My Face !

By | Blogs

In my job working with families I had lot of restrictions what I could do or not do… call them professional boundaries, maybe for the right reasons but most of the time fear generated “what if this goes to court… cover your back “

In the end of March this year someone contacted me a Closed Case. This young mother who suffered from mental health issues, was struggling with two children under three and one 12 yr. Her parents couldn’t help her because of Covid19 and their age and health issues.

I contacted  few organisation and  explained the situation. The hot meals were delivered every day for the month of Ramadan and also milk and groceries were delivered every week.

This helped to reduce her anxiety and improved her sleep. She is now helping people over the phone passing INFORMATION how to get help.

Cover My Back or Cover My Face !

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Wake Up

No. 24 – Wake Up to helping your community

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Mosques and temples are helping to assist the elderly and the vulnerable in their towns and cities.

As the countrywide lockdown takes hold within the first week many religious and community organisations have been helping ALL members of their community. 

The army of volunteers have been collecting food and essentials to ensure those people that need the most help at this time of crisis are being cared for. 

At many times they are putting themselves in harm’s way.

The Bolton Hindu Forum said they are leading ‘a joint Coordinated Community Help Program to look after elders living alone and who have no immediate family and those who have family but they are out of town and not able to help as they would in normal circumstances’.

The Masjide Noorul Islam (Blackburn) have already recruited 250 people to help the elderly and vulnerable in isolation.

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