december, 2019

2019fri13dec12:00 pm1:00 pmThe Role of Peer Support in Ending Social Exclusion and Loneliness12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET Event Type:OnlineSMI Adviser Event:YesAccredited Education Activity:Yes

Event Details

This webinar explores the benefits of peer support in combating loneliness and social exclusion, two factors that destroy health and happiness. Research has shown that the lack of “connectedness” to friends and community worsens psychiatric problems and leads to chronic illness and early mortality. Adults with mental health problems are one of the most excluded groups in society. People living with thought disorders, like schizophrenia, have the most difficulties in forming personal relationships of all disabilities. Social inclusion offers opportunities to re-engage with the community and form positive relationships. Mental Health America’s Social Self-Directed Care program and work compiled by the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion emphasize the value of peer support in assisting individuals with serious psychiatric disorders form social connections and personal relationships.

Patrick Hendry, Mental Health America

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