Reflecting with The Mayday Trust
How do we support people? What do we offer? How do we offer it? What does successful support look like? To answer these questions Ategi have started a collaboration with the MayDay Trust. This is the first of a series of blogs that we’ll be sharing where we explore this collaboration and our process.
Read the blog to find out more.
We are recruiting volunteers for our Support Circles project
Support Circles are recruiting! We're looking for our first Volunteer Facilitator - This person will help facilitate our first volunteer circle with people with learning disabilities & our first group of Peer Support Volunteers (6-8) - For our first circle, these peer support volunteers will be adults with learning disabilities who are able to join a weekly group in Pontypridd.
They will build on their own strengths and work together towards shared goals, developing skills and confidence and enhancing their wellbeing.
Ategi launches new volunteering project: Support Circles
Ategi has been awarded funding to start a 1-2 year project, called Support Circles. The idea behind the project is to provide a space where adults with additional needs provide peer-support to each other, to learn new skills and gain valuable experiences and confidence.