Could your family benefit from support from a mentor?

All parents could do with a bit of extra support from time to time but sometimes you need someone who understands bleeding disorders too.

All parents could do with a bit of extra support from time to time but sometimes you need someone who understands bleeding disorders too.

We are looking for families in the Glasgow and the West of Scotland to take part in our Parent Mentoring Project.

Are you a parent of a child living with haemophilia or any other bleeding disorder?

Are you experiencing any difficulties in managing the condition?

Do you often wish that you could talk to other families who may have shared similar experiences?

Haemophilia Scotland is piloting an exciting new parent mentoring programme and looking for families who may be in need of some extra support.

  • Our Parent Mentors will provide confidential peer & emotional support, on a 1 to 1 basis either face to face, by email or by telephone.
  • A supportive listening conversation and companionship including sharing
  1. personal experiences
  2. resource information
  3. tips/strategies on coping
  4. an understanding ear
  • Between one and two hours of support per week for a minimum of six months.

The support is flexible and will be agreed to suit your family.

If you are interest or would just like to find out more the we would love to hear from you.

Please contact  Jen Breen – Parent Mentor Coordinator

Phone 0792 609 6743
Email mentor@haemophiliascotland.org

 

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