East Lothian Pathways to Choice: SDS Peer Support

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21st November @ 10:30 am - 12:45 pm


About this event

Our peer group and information sessions empower and support people, encouraging connection and community through shared experiences, which help reduce isolation. They offer a safe space to share thoughts and experiences of Social Care and in particular Self-Directed Support (SDS).

The sessions are welcoming, relaxed and informal. Bringing people together to discuss the aspects of SDS that matter to them.

Who can attend?

  • Disabled people
  • People with long-term conditions
  • Older people

Who live in East Lothian and are:

  • Interested in learning more about social care
  • Are currently accessing or interested in accessing social care

What you need to know:

The venue for this event is TBC.


From 12 noon until 12.45pm, a buffet with a selection of sweet and savoury items are provided for lunch.


If you require personal care/support with moving while attending an in-person event, please bring along a PA/carer with you, as staff are not able to support you in this way.

Why attend?

  • Meet other people who want to discuss and share knowledge around accessing social care
  • Explore ideas and opportunities around support
  • Find out practical information and resources about SDS
  • Improve your understanding and confidence in managing self-directed support (SDS) and social care planning

How do I register for this event?

By emailing PSL@lothiancil.org.uk or calling 0131 475 2350, where one of the Peer Support and Learning Facilitators will complete the registration process with you. Please note we have a limited number of spaces available for this event.


We require registration by Thursday 14th NovemberĀ at 12 noon. After this date, any specific dietary requirements will not be able to be catered for.


Find out more about Peer Support and Learning


21st November
10:30 am - 12:45 pm
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East Lothian Venue TBC


Peer Support and Learning (Lothian Centre for Inclusive Living)
0131 475 2350
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