Guidance and resources for Social Care providers on how to protect themselves from COVID-19 and how to work with people they may look after, who may be suffering with COVID-19.

This page will be updated on a regular basis, so please keep checking back for new guidance as and when it is published.

For a summary of multiple pieces of government guidance, please see the summary charts in the downloads section. These charts contain links to the source information, please keep up to date with this information.  Please also see guidance on actions for staff and residents in social care who have been tested for symptoms of COVID, and actions for those who have been tested without symptoms, in the downloads section.

Capacity Tracker User Guide for Care Homes

Capacity across the city will be co-ordinated via information on the Capacity Tracker. All Care homes and Hospices are required to register to use the Capacity Tracker and to input bed capacity on a daily basis. 

Please view the Capacity Tracker User Guide for Care Homes in the 'Download' section.

Guidance for informal carers
Local Carers Support Team

To find out about the services and support on offer for carers living in Wolverhampton, please contact the Carer Support Team, via:

Useful materials and links for COVID Infection Control and Prevention

Residential care: 


Domiciliary care: 

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