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“Mentoring is  a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction”


Everyday we work hard to make life of our clients better and happier

Peer Support

is about sharing these skills and experience with other disabled people who lack confidence or are experiencing barriers to getting active such as low confidence or access issues. It takes many forms but is usually one to one and informal.


tends to be more structured and is focussed on setting goals and reaching them. Both models will be looked at as part of the GOGA Peer Support project.


Become a mentor

Could you become a mentor to support other disabled people to become
more active?

By mentoring you will be helping someone to reach their potential, get more
fit and improve their physical and mental wellbeing.

  •  You will receive comprehensive training
  • You will be matched with one mentee who has similar interests and
    where possible, lives in your local area
  •  Time commitment is flexible- it fits in with your schedule (a maximum
    of two sessions of activity per month)
  •  You will get on-going support, training and a reference at the end

Getting In Touch

Get In Touch

Talk to us and tell us your individual needs so we can start to tailor an individual plan of care.

Book Appointment

Our support team will make arrangements to meet you personally for a full assesment.


Start of Care!

Our care with Steph Together will begin that has been tailored specifically to meet your individual needs.