peer support services made available in the UK. A group of young people based in Durham want more social spaces made available in the UK to encourage better peer support
peer support Two Fixers from Yorkshire, who became parents in their teens, want to help other young mums discover the benefits of peer support.
Their story was broadcast on ITV News
peer support network for his website, which will be accessible by mobile phone, so men with eating disorders can obtain support without embarrassment.
Also, Sam has also been invited to Westminster
peer support groups, after starting Eighteen Plus in their area.Keith Sinclair, Chief Executive of the Carers Support Centre, appears in the broadcast, backing the group s campaign. There is support
support between the young carers service and that for adults.
So, I became involved in starting a peer support group called Eighteen Plus.
It soon became obvious that there were
This Fixers project was supported by Sanctuary Housing.
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Their story was broadcast on ITV News Tyne Tees on Wednesday 4th December.
Lead Fixer Hannah from Reeth, North Yorkshire, is a member of Birth and Beyond - a local
I d like young people to set up their own groups in their own areas, she says.
They will get to know other people with dyspraxia and will be able to provide peer
peer supporter, explains the Fixer from Harrow.
We know the benefits of it so it really surprises me that so many young women still turn to formula.
It can often
peer support for men.
Sam, 22, first started to battle with food at the age of 11 when he was bullied as a schoolboy. He began binge eating as a means
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