Substance misuse training for Delivery Partners (Session 2)Location: Brunswick Court, Brunswick Square, Bristol, BS2 8BF
Time: 12noon - 3pm
We want all of our delivery partners to feel confident in reaching and including everyone within the community. To support you with this, we will be offering training on sight and dual sensory loss, hearing loss and substance misuse – three of the groups identified by BAB as being particularly at risk of loneliness and isolation.
Course details and descriptions can be found below. Please note, each session will run twice – you do not need to attend both dates.
If you would like to book onto a training session, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Places will be booked on a first come, first served basis. Please note that this training is only available for staff and volunteers working on BAB funded projects.
Please also let us know if you have any accessibility requirements.
Course title: Elderberries: The Fruitfulness of Experience
Delivered by: Bristol Drugs Project
The older population is changing. Those who have substance use as part of their life histories need to feel welcome and included in to services and activities available to older people. Join us to listen to our stories, hear about what matters to us and use our knowledge and experience to help you include us.
The session will include:
- Identifying the discreet needs of the older drug and alcohol user
- Recognising the barriers to accessing services faced by these groups
- Exploring how to make services more inclusive