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Peer Support Network.

It is even more vital that families and carers have an opportunity to stay connected during this uncertain time and period of isolation. To reassure you, we will be continuing with Peer Support Network activities and meet-ups virtually.

Online meet-ups

This is a safe space for families and carers to share their current situation and raise concerns regarding access to support and services during this period. We will also discuss practical solutions for coping day-to-day and supporting positive well-being.

If you have ideas for how we can support each other, minimise stress and promote positive-wellbeing, please contact [email protected].


Peer Support Network garden coffee morning

Wednesday 26th August, 10am – 12pm

An opportunity for families, carers and the circles of support for people with complex support needs to come together and enjoy coffee and cake in our garden space at our studio base in central Hastings.

Share your current challenges and experiences in a safe and supportive space with members of the Peer Support Network. Advice and guidance will be shared and resources available to support you.

Alongside the coffee morning we’ll be running a creative Art Action workshop exploring mark-making through painting and drawing in our Arch 1 studio space (next to the garden). If you support someone who would like to attend, please let Esther know by emailing [email protected].


Previous meeting notes:

29.07.2020 – Download the meeting notes here.

01.07.2020 – Download the notes here.

17.06.2020 – Download the meeting notes here.

03.06.2020 – Download the meeting notes here

20.05.2020 – Download the meeting notes here

06.05.2020 – Download the meeting notes here

29.04.2020 – Download the round up of notes here.

22.04.2020 – Download the meeting notes here.

14.04.2020: Download this weeks notes here.

08.04.2020: Download the last meeting notes here.

01.04.2020: Download the last meeting notes here.

You can also join the Peer Support Network Facebook page

Image: Marion Willis, Otto Dix, 2014

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