Richmond AID April Newsletter

Our April Newsletter includes case studies on how our many services help and support our clients. The Surplus.2.U food stall has been shortlisted for the ‘Community Project of the Year’ award and our ‘Raid Walkers’ conquered the London Marathon Walk raising funds for our Counselling and Spade Gardening services.

Richmond AID March Newsletter

Our March newsletter includes our new phone number, Voting: Photo ID requirements, Wellbeing, Surplus.2.U Thanks, new days/times for C2T sessions & much more!

Read all about it here.

Wellbeing Poster with tips on how to manage and take care of your mental and physical health to keep on top of your wellbeing, or even improve it.

Richmond AID February Newsletter

If you’d like to know more about our Peer Network NSG group, Connect to Tech, BuddyUp, Wellbeing days, our newest team member and all the upcoming activites we have planned please read our February Newsletter.

Sally & Josh run our Neurodiverse peer network group every Friday 2.30-4.30pm

 

Counselling Officer – Position Filled

Richmond Advice and Information on Disability (Richmond AID) is an organisation of 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.

Ricmond AID Festive Office Hours 2023 Newsletter

Our team, Trustees and volunteers wish you a very happy festive season! 🎄

The office will be closed from 2pm Thursday 21 December and reopens 11am Tuesday 2 January.

Have a look at our Festive Hours Newsletter for more information & who you can contact over the Christmas/New Year holidays.

Families Advice project at Richmond AID closed – Dec 2023

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Families Advice project at Richmond AID closed – Dec 2023

Richmond AID is sad to announce that our Families Advice project which we delivered in partnership with Citizens Advice is now closed. We are very thankful to RPLC and Hampton Fund who funded this project for a two-year period.

Richmond AID December Newsletter

Our latest Newsletter celebrated Int’l Day of Disabled People, kind community donations for our food stall & covered UC Journal Support, Peer art group talents for Remembrance Day & much more!

Read all about it here.

Picture of poppies made by the Richmond AID peer art group for Remembrance Day

Volunteer Role: Honorary Therapist

Honorary Therapists for the Richmond AID Counselling Service

Join our ever-expanding team of volunteer therapists to deliver face to face and remote counselling, to adults in South West London.

You will become part of an organisation that is passionate about providing support for the local community, along with therapists from a diverse range of backgrounds.

Clinical Supervisor

Richmond AID is looking for a calm, reliable and relational Clinical Supervisor to provide fortnightly group supervision to our Honorary therapists’, in support of their clinical growth and professional development

Our therapists are either qualified, or training at Level 5 upwards, and we require them to have a minimum of 100 hours supervised experience before joining our service.

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