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
Important: take a step back to define what you want to achieve.
Whether you're setting up a new peer support initiative or reviewing an existin ... Read more
Plan for success. Don't launch into setting up before you have clearly defined what your volunteer initiative needs to look like and how it will ... Read more
You've designed your programme. Now it's time to get it set up in the right way.
Allow sufficient lead-in time. This section guides you through ... Read more
You've designed it, you've set it up and are now delivering your programme.
Things don't stay the same! It is a constant process of review and adaptation.
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