This website is a space to find, connect and collaborate with other practitioners, volunteers, commissioners, funders and parents.
Informal peer support can make a unique and invaluable contribution to achieving healthier pregnancies, better births and healthier babies.
Stage 1. Vision, goals and context
Stage 2. Designing your programme
Stage 3. Setting up your programme
Stage 4. Delivering your programme
Stage 5. Reviewing and improving your programme
Peer support fills a void for some women and for some they are a lifeline. The peer supporters don’t judge...women know this and feel safe.”
Vicky Stewart, Specialist Midwife for Drug and Alcohol Misuse and Perinatal Mental Health. Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Trust
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