What makes peer support unique? 10 Dec & 20 Jan
Live or work in Scotland? Want to support the development of peer roles and approaches? Join us as we explore what makes peer support unique?
We believe that peer support should be an integral offer throughout people’s recovery journey. We want to work together to build a Scotland where lived experience is valued and peer roles and peer approaches are well established, recognised and celebrated. Let’s build on what we have achieved so far!
We invite people who live or work in Scotland to join us as we discuss together just what it is that makes peer support unique? Often people say ‘…if only we could bottle this…’ when talking about peer support. So lets’ make this tangible – what would we be capturing, what is the essence of peer support?
This event is part of a wider research project exploring what it is that makes peer support unique. We aim to use this research to inform the wider development of the Peer Recovery Hub and support the further development of peer roles and peer approaches in Scotland.
For more information and to book your place follow the links to Eventbrite below. The same event will run twice. Please only book for one date.
- Friday 10 December 2021, 10.00 until 12.30 – Sold out
- Thursday 20 January 2022, 13:00 until 15:00 – Places left
Scottish Recovery Network supports #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.
If you require BSL interpretation or an electronic notetaker we need to know at least 2 weeks in advance of the event date so we can arrange this.
If you have any further questions contact 0300 323 9956 or email@example.com
Sign Language (BSL) users can contact us directly by using contactSCOTLAND-BSL