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Peer Support, Realise Futures

Realise Futures support people with Learning Disabilities and/or Autism to set up Peer Support across Suffolk.  Peer Support is about people helping people. 

We help people to get together to:

  • Support each other - this might be in a group, or 1:1
  • Share experiences - people talk about the things in life that matter to them and support each other.
  • Make new friendships - being part of a peer support groups is a great way to make friends!
  • Be more confident
  • Get out and about - sometimes groups might choose to go out on a trip, explore the local community, or use the meetings for something like training. 

Contact us to find out what's going on in your area.

Realise Futures is a company operating across Suffolk and Essex combining commercial trade of products and services alongside work placements, employment and training opportunities. The primary aim of the business is to improve and promote the economic and social wellbeing of those who are disadvantaged and/or disabled.

The company is organised in three divisions, Learning and DevelopmentEmployment and RF Works (six distinct social businesses). Together they provide professional and tailored opportunities that support people to realise their potential.

Who to contact

Telephone
01473 242500
Email
info@realisefutures.org
Website
https://www.realisefutures.org/walk-in-advice-and-guidance/peer-support
Notes

To find out more about what's happening in you area contact:

South Suffolk:

Rebecca Webb-Heath tel. 07753447607, email rebecca.webb.heath@realisefutures.org 

West Suffolk:

Emma Croker, tel. 07738704724, email emma.croker@realisefutures.org 

North Suffolk: 

Deb Gibson, tel. 07738704737, email deborah.gibson@realisefutures.org 

 

 

Where to go

Area served
Suffolk

Other details

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
This service is free
Referral required?
No
Age Groups
Adults, Young people
Last Updated
03/07/2019

Local Offer Local Offer Record

Conditions Supported
Autistic spectrum conditions
Learning difficulties

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