Resources, info and support during COVID-19


We know that this is going to be an incredibly difficult time for many people, and particularly for the Disabled community, and we are committed to doing as much as possible to support our community during this time of crisis.

In these uncertain and difficult times, community and human connection are so important and music could be a great comfort, support, escape and creative outlet for us all.

We are starting a list of other resources and support available to musicians and creatives as this is an unprecedented crisis and many people in our community are especially worried.

Here are some, we will continue to keep this updated with useful resources as we find them. Please feel free to let us know if you find anything useful that we could share.

Our Collective Frequency group for musicians on Facebook could be a useful forum for supporting each other. Please join up if you think that would be helpful for you:

Coronavirus info & support

Mental Health support

Support for musicians

Creative tools

For Music Leaders and Parents/Carers

Teachers and music leaders might want to join our Facebook group for inclusive music leaders in the UK. This is a useful place to share practice, ask for advice etc.

There are also lots of things to explore on the News & Views section of our website, for musicians, music fans, teachers, parents. Have a browse.

If there are particular resources which would support you during this public health crisis please let us know and we will do our best to link to or create it.


We are aware that not everyone is online and not every online resource is accessible. If you have suggestions for other ways we can reach out to Disabled musicians, music fans, families in this time, please let us know.

You can email with your thoughts, or contact us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

Let’s stay connected and try to help each other. We are in this together.

Further Reading

Drake Music update on Coronavirus & DM activities

Digital Accessibility – a call to action

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