Peer Support Group Leader - role description
Background to the kinship peer support group leader role
Funded by the Department for Education, our national Peer Support Service is helping to create a sustainable and life-changing legacy for kinship carers across England.
At Kinship we recognise the importance and impact of peer support and that peer support groups are a vital source of information, comfort, and a place to share experiences for kinship carers.
Support groups help to reduce the isolation felt by kinship carers by creating a space where they can come together and connect with others who have similar experiences. Make lasting friendships and support kinship carers in their caring role.
Group leaders play a vital role in starting new groups and growing them to reach as many kinship carers as possible.
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