Skills for Care is working with The National Autistic Society (NAS), Sussex Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes and Hypermobility Disorders CIC (SEDS) and ReSolve Development on a project funded by Health Education England (HEE) to learn about the skills, knowledge and values needed by autistic people to work as paid autism peer supporters.
They’re looking to work in co-production and would like to hear from:
They’ll be holding online workshops lasting one hour for up to 12 people. There will be at least two facilitators in each discussion, and one will be autistic. For those who can’t attend one of the workshops but would still like to support this project they’re also providing the following options for people to feedback on:
They’ll be pleased to hear from other autistic led groups and organisations, or organisations employing peer supporters.
If you want to work in co-production with them please CLICK HERE
People participating in workshops or booked a one to one discussion (who are not being paid by an organisation to do so) will be eligible to claim any expenses and payment for their time through our participation policy.