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Our response to the coronavirus outbreak is continuing – and our focus is on keeping critical services running, particularly those supporting vulnerable people.

We are currently working through the detail of the latest government announcements which affect Leicester city and parts of the county. 

Find out more about the support and guidance available, and any changes to our services.

Increased restrictions for Leicester and parts of Leicestershire  

WaveLength is a charity that works to alleviate loneliness across the UK. We give technology (TVs, radios and tablets) to people who are lonely and living in poverty to help them reconnect with the world. We support people with a wide range of different needs. These include illness, disability, old age, domestic abuse, homelessness, refugees, and many more.

To qualify for WaveLength’s help, beneficiaries must be referred to us by a third party, known as a referrer. 

Relatives or someone employed by the individual cannot make a referral but if you're not sure just ask us.


Referral process
Referrals to the service can be made by a friend or neighbour, social worker, care worker or medical worker, housing officer, charity worker or volunteer, member of a religious or community organisation
Aids, adaptations and equipment, Health and wellbeing
Blaby, Charnwood, Derbyshire, Harborough, Hinckley and Bosworth, Leicester, Melton, North West Leicestershire, Oadby and Wigston
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