02sep1:00 pm2:00 pmYoung Carer Online Peer Support Group (18 - 25 years)
The Young Carer Online Peer Support Group (18 - 25 years) is a virtual Zoom event where you can meet other peers, share stories and experiences, learn new skills, alongside
The Young Carer Online Peer Support Group (18 – 25 years) is a virtual Zoom event where you can meet other peers, share stories and experiences, learn new skills, alongside young carers who “get” you. The purpose of this group is to develop self-empowerment through the following:
You will receive a link to the Zoom meeting the day of the event.
Zoom is a free tool much like Skype that will enable the event host to chat to you all on video. You can download Zoom here and this video is a helpful first-timer guide.
Please note: As an attendee, you can use the free version of Zoom.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, 1st September.
(Wednesday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm WST
Zoom online video conference
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