What does mentoring provide?
This service offers extra support with finding a job, work experience, living independently, feeling lonely and wanting to make some friends near to where you live etc.
Who benefits from mentoring?
If you are a young adult with hemiplegia (16-25) and are struggling with anything - let us know and we will try to help.
If you are a parent of a young person and think that your son or daughter would benefit from having some extra support in their lives you can also get in touch with us and we will try to help, but we will need commitment from the young person that they want to have a mentor.
How do I join in?
Get in touch us at firstname.lastname@example.org / 0345 120 3713 and we will try to match you with a mentor.
Who are our mentors?
Our mentors are volunteers who also have hemiplegia and understand what you are going through, and they are able to provide you with some face-to-face, one-to-one personalised support.
Can I be a mentor?
If you have hemiplegia and would like to be a mentor to a young adult we would love to hear from you. We will provide you with training, support and out of pocket expenses and the chance to change a person's future. Contact email@example.com / 0345 120 3713
Download this information pack to find out more about becoming a mentor