Delivering peer support remotely: 2 February 2021

26th November 2020

Scottish Recovery Network invites you to join us for a discussion event on digital peer support. 

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THIS EVENT HAS SOLD OUT. This discussion event builds on the launch of our recent research report ‘Meaningful connections: How peer support in Scotland adapted to a digital world during Covid-19′.

At the event, you will hear from the researcher, Ruth Stevenson, and people involved in delivering digital peer support. There will also be breakout discussions to enable you to explore how you can create and develop digital peer support spaces that are kind, compassionate, safe, and empowering.

We have much to learn from all those involved in online peer support online during the Covid-19 lockdown and subsequent restrictions.

Do you live and/or work in Scotland? Are you interested in delivering peer support digitally? Do you have experience of digital peer support to share with others? If so this event is for you. Through learning and sharing together we create a larger resource of experience and expertise.

How it will work

Click here to book your place on Eventbrite 

  • You can book for several people at the same time but please provide full details for each person e.g. name, email, postcode, additional support needs).
  • Once you have submitted the registration form on Eventbrite, you will receive a confirmation email from us.
  • A welcome pack and details of how to access the online event will be sent to you by 22 January 2021.

Online security and wellbeing

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We will be using the video conferencing tool Zoom for this event. This is the most accessible platform for the majority of people. Your online security and wellbeing are our utmost priority so we will send out instructions on how to access and use this tool safely.

If you would rather call into this event on your phone (audio access ) we can accommodate this – you can request this on the registration form.

Accessibility

Scottish Recovery Network supports #CommunicationForAll and we are working towards becoming fully inclusive. This session will be BSL interpreted. If you have any additional support needs please let us know and we will do our very best to accommodate these. If you have any further questions please email info@scottishrecovery.net

British Sign Language (BSL) users can contact us direct by using contactSCOTLAND-BSL with this mobile number: 07871 911 314