Help create perinatal peer support resources: 17 Aug
We want to collaborate with people, organisations and services in Scotland interested in perinatal mental health and peer support.
This participative online learning workshop is a chance to bring people together in an informal space to share experiences and learning. We are keen to hear examples of what is already happening across Scotland as well as what would help you to further develop this area of work.
As part of this national project we will work together to develop guidance and approaches informed by the real-life experiences of people delivering and accessing perinatal peer support.
Book your place
Do you want to help shape resources and perinatal services across Scotland? We want to hear from:
- People who have had a baby / are having a baby and attend a peer support group
- Organisations that run perinatal peer support groups or are interested in running peer support groups
- The family and friends of those supporting mothers in perinatal stages
This event takes place on Wednesday 17 August from 11:00 -13:00.
Book your place via the Scottish Recovery Network eventbrite channel.
Please note: this event is for people directly connected to perinatal peer support groups and those with lived experience of perinatal services.
Online security and wellbeing
We will be using the video conferencing tool Zoom for this event. Your online security and wellbeing are our utmost priority. We will send out a secure Zoom link and welcome pack ahead of the event.
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.
Scottish Recovery Network support #CommunicationForAll and we are working towards becoming fully inclusive. If you have any accessibility or communication needs that would help you take part please let us know. To book a BSL interpreter or an Electronic Notetaker for the event we need to know 2 weeks in advance.
If you have any questions contact 0300 323 9956 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign Language (BSL) users can contact us directly by using contactSCOTLAND-BSL