Here we have listed some organisations that have coronavirus information in other formats. These resources are not specifically for people living with cancer but you may find them helpful.

Easy reads

Learning Disability England and Mencap have information about coronavirus for people with learning disabilities. You can download the following easy-reads:


The National Autistic Society website has some useful information about coronavirus for autistic people and their families:

British Sign Language (BSL)

The British Deaf Association has coronavirus resources for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. The website is regularly updated with videos about government updates and advice on staying healthy.

Visually impaired

Sight Advice FAQ has information about shielding and accessing local support during the coronavirus pandemic. The website lists sight loss charities that can provide specific support, including:

Other languages

Doctors of the World have produced UK government advice on the coronavirus in 60 different languages. You can download the information in written and audio format. 

How we can help

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