Peer Advocacy Workshop (learning disabilities)
Do you want to help people to speak up and be heard?
Do you live in South Gloucestershire and have a learning disability?
Find out how to become a Peer Advocate at our workshop!
WECIL has a new Peer Advocacy Volunteer Project. They will train people with learning disabilities to help other people to speak up about things that matter to them, to try and make a difference.
This could be about things like getting a job, looking after your health, friendships and relationships, finding a place to live, education and training.
Come to a workshop in Kingswood on Thursday 15 August to find out about Peer Advocacy. You might want to get involved!
Please see the attached document for easy read information.
Contact Rhianon Gale by phone or email to say that you can come, or if you have any questions.
0117 947 9911
07973 686 389