Peer Nation Training on WHOQOL: Measuring Quality of Life
Institutional Strengthening and Outreach Peer Support Project developments.
A one day training on WHO quality of life assessment for Peer Nation members who are on the front line of the ongoing Institutional strengthening and Peer support project funded by OSIEA took place on Friday 20th/ March/2020. Members were taken through the WHO quality of life assessment tool exploring different perspectives and evaluation of well being. It was observed that most if not all of the tools were fit to assess the well being of the project beneficiaries. This included analysis of the fundamental aspects of recovery like independent living, good health and self care.
This was the second training following a base line survey on peer support workers which was done to assess their prior knowledge, attitude and skills before the beginning of the Peer Support activities.
Published 22nd March 2020