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Become a peer leader:

Being a peer leader means taking responsibility for one of the charity drop-in groups.

You will be the first point of call for new and existing members for your group. You will attend every session and set it up ready for our service users. The groups may be in person in a church hall, or online using Zoom.

You will be making a difference to the lives of those who attend. You will be there to lead conversation, and make sure every one is happy and getting involved.

Becoming a peer leader has given me purpose again, after being diagnosed with aphasia after a stroke. I feel good as I  am able to help others who also have aphasia.

You can be responsible of your group and organise:

  • activities
  • outings
  • fundraising events.

Do not panic if you think it will be too much responsibility. You can do as much as you wish and we will help with anything else.

  • If you have an idea for an activity but not sure how to make it happen, then we can step in and set it up for you.
  • If you want to organise a fundraising event but you're not sure where to start, we can help.
  • You can take charge of your group, but you will never be alone. Help is always around.

Interested in becoming a peer leader?

Fill out this form to show your interest.


For more information on becoming a peer leader, please click below.


You can also watch our video showing the role of a peer leader. - COMING SOON