Welcome to Peer-to-Peer Networks WA
Peer networks run by you, for you.
Welcome to the Peer-to-Peer Networks WA website, where we provide practical information about peer networks in Western Australia for the disabled community.
When you hear the words Peer Network or Peer Network Facilitator this means a group or person with lived experience of disability, who provide support to each other because of similar experiences or circumstances.
Peer support can help you feel more confident, knowledgeable, capable, and less isolated.
Peer-to-Peer Networks WA has several trained Peer Network Facilitators who work individually with people or groups, as well as facilitate workshops and Peer Network Café’s.
Stories & Tips From Your Peers On the Ground
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About This Site
The About page tells you more information about the Peer-to-Peer Networks WA project.
The Events page is a calendar of upcoming events such as Peer Network meetings, Peer Connect Café’s, Information Sessions, Workshops and Conferences.
The Peer Networks page contains information about Peer Networks. How we can help. What Peer Networks Talk about. List of WA Peer-to-Peer Networks.
The Resources page contains information on various types of Peer Network Groups in Western Australia, online networks and peer support networks in the mental health sector.
The Peer Network Tips page has lots of information for people considering joining/starting up a Peer Network Group. Information will include tips on things like facilitating meetings, your network meeting, planning various topics to discuss at meetings/workshops/peer connect café’s giving and receiving feedback self-management or working for someone who self manages. You can also share your tips with us.
The Stories page contains videos clips, images and articles about various aspects of Peer Networks, covering the latest good news coming out of the Peer-to-Peer Networks WA project. It doesn’t matter if the successes are small or big; we are focusing on stories that show there is local momentum for peer networks, and the benefits that emerge from these.