A number of organisations have information on their websites that might be useful to practitioners:

ADCS is sharing sector-wide information and guidance on coronavirus. [Last checked: 9 April 2020]

Adoption UK has provided information for adoptive families to help them cope during the Coronavirus outbreak. [Last checked: 9 April 2020]

Become is providing faqs and tips on coping with the coronavirus outbreak for children in care and care leavers. [Last checked: 9 April 2020]

BASW (the British Association of Social Workers) has put together an information hub to support social workers during the Coronavirus pandemic. [Last checked: 9 April 2020]

Children and Families Across Borders (CFAB) has issued guidance on obtaining overseas assessments during coronavirus [Last updated: 7 April 2020]

Family Rights Group have produced advice and tips for family and friends carers and for parents and families with a child in the care system during the Coronavirus crisis. [Last checked: 9 April 2020] 

Fostering Network has prepared helpful guidance and advice for fostering services and foster carers on the Coronavirus outbreak. [last checked: 9 April 2020]

Grandparents Plus have produced information for kinship families during the Coronavirus pandemic. [Last checked: 9 April 2020] 

The ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) has set out its approach to regulation during the coronavirus crisis. [Updated 25 April 2020]

The Local Government Association has put together some helpful information for councils on the Coronavirus, including a range of communications templates and examples. [Last checked: 9 April 2020]

The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman has issued an update on how the Coronavirus is affecting the delivery of LGSCO services. [Last updated: 26 March 2020]

Ofsted has announced that all routine inspections have been suspended and is providing ongoing updates. [Last updated: 7 April 2020] 

Social Work England has prepared a set of resources providing information addressing the concerns of social workers during the Coronavirus crisis. [Last updated: 7 April 2020]