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Your invitation to the Lead Worker Peer Mentor Launch Event We’re delighted to invite you to the official Lead Worker Peer Mentor Continuation Strategy launch event. On Wednesday 14th October, join us for a 90 minute virtual session that’ll include: • The learnings from the Birmingham Changing Futures Together ‘Lead Worker Peer Mentor Service’ • […]
Peer Mentor Paddy Talks to Annie Mac Changing Futures/Shelter Peer Mentor Paddy recently appeared on the podcast Changes with Annie Mac. Click below to listen and hear his story.  “Patrick Burke has seen a lot of change. In this roller coaster of an interview with Annie, we hear the moments that led Paddy into a […]

Sharing Good Practice

Adult Social Care: Sharing Good Practice In this blog Janaya Alcock, a Social Care Worker for the Adult Social Care Services, shares her best practice for working in Adult Social Care. In July 2019 a Community Partnership Worker role was created in Birmingham. This saw Adult Social Care (ASC) being placed in a partnership role […]

LWPM Newsletter Issue 2

LWPM Newsletter Issue 2 As well as our blog updates, podcasts and webinars, the Lead Worker Peer Mentor team are creating regular newsletters to keep you up to date with their work. You can view the second issue by clicking below.  Read More Sign up to read about the latest news and events here.
A ‘lost cause’ who proved everyone wrong Continuing our blog series about the Lead Worker Peer Mentor programme and it’s continuation strategy, Christine Grover talks about her experience of supporting her client Joe… When I was challenged to think of a client case that summed up the Lead Worker/Peer Mentor (LWPM) service for me, there […]
‘The window of chance and change is a rarity, but with Tara, we made it’ Continuing her blog series about her work as a Peer Mentor, Colette Carter talks about her experience of supporting her client Tara… Tara* did not belong to any associated city centre gangs, and was never co-dependant. She was totally self-reliant, […]
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