Mental Health Peer Support Worker – Position Filled

Richmond Advice and Information on Disability (Richmond AID) is an organisation of and for disabled people, working to improve access, choice, quality of life and independence for disabled people in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and surrounding areas. We are looking for an enthusiastic, hardworking and highly motivated person to join our team.

Richmond AID February Newsletter

February has been another busy month! We’re reminding clients about the £170 fuel grant, our Spade Supehero’s have worked over winter, the Buddy Up group had fun at London Zoo and we’ve happily welcomed new team members.

Read all about it here.

Richmond AID January Newsletter

We’ve had a busy start to 2023 welcoming new staff, Buddy Up/Peer group/Connect to Tech activites & more!

Our latest newsletter also covers the upcoming Cost of Living payments which you can read all about here:

Richmond AID Newsletter January 2023

Beatrix & Sara, our Buddy Up coordinators had a great time with a group of their 'Buddies' at the London Wetland Centre in December

Advice Trainee – Position Filled

Want to work in a fast-paced environment with opportunities to learn advice skills? Are you a proactive person interested in making a real difference to disabled people.

Click here for the Job Description and Person Specification

Richmond AID November/December Newsletter 2022

November has been busy: our gardening service has been tidying up clients gardens ready for winter, Connect to Tech has been helping more people learn how to use their phones, IPADs, laptops, our counselling service is increasing face to face clinic sessions and we’ve welcomed a new staff member. You can read all about it in our latest Richmond AID Newsletter

Richmond AID General Meeting 1st December 2022

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Our general meeting is being held on Thursday 1st December at 2pm at The Exchange in Twickenham. We will give a summary of our accounts and our achievements over the year and also present awards to our wonderful volunteers.

2pm Registration
2.30pm General meeting
3.30pm Cost of Living crisis
4.30pm Close and coffee

5pm Meeting ends

Digital Trainer – position filled

If you have experience of training and supporting adults to learn, setting up activities in the community, or working in an education or community setting to support adults this exciting new project could be for you!

Share your digital skills with Richmond’s disabled residents to enable their digital inclusion and work towards reducing isolation.

Activities Coordinator – Position Filled

Do you have a passion for community development and engaging with people? Are you focused, determined and able to get things off the ground? We are looking for an enthusiastic, hardworking and highly motivated Activities Coordinator to join a fantastic team!

Click here for the Job Description and Person Specification: Activities Coordinator JDPS

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