My Life My Voice is offering Online Peer Supporter Training to disabled people, tāngata whaikaha and people with impairments.

My Life My Voice has established a voluntary Peer Supporter Network programme where a disabled person can connect with another disabled person, to talk about issues and topics they want to know more about or have in common.

The online training is for people anywhere in New Zealand who want to learn more about supporting other disabled people. After the training participants are encouraged to discuss being a voluntary Peer Supporter.

This training is a series of five online workshops that are two and a half hours long each, held 10am - 12.30pm on 19, 20, 22, 27 and 28 June.

Registrations for the June modules close on Thursday 15 June but late registrations may be considered.

For more details about the workshop and to register visit Online Peer Supporter Training.

You can also find out more by contacting My Life My Voice directly - phone and text 0800 986 004  or email