Repton Community Trust
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Finding Your Genius

The Recovery & Wellbeing College is coming to Ashford… and attendance is free of charge.

Lockdown has been tough time for many of us. Has it left you a little jaded, maybe, lacking a little self belief & confidence?

Einstein
Kent & Medway Recovery & Wellbeing College

Thursday 16 September 2021

(for 3 consecutive weeks)
10 am - 12 pm
Repton Connect Community Centre

The Recovery & Wellbeing College provides health related educational courses, free of charge.

Einstein highlighted that we are all Genius. “Finding your Genius” provides those first stepping stones to recognising your Genius… by exploring and recognising what sets you apart as an individual.

Students will work in a friendly and fun environment with a unique and creative approach.

Interested in registering?

Contact Lee Robinson on 07825 859412, leave a message if he is not available. Alternatively forward contact details to lee.robinson22@nhs.net.


The Kent & Medway Recovery & Wellbeing College

What do we do?

The Recovery & Wellbeing College provides health related educational courses, free of charge, in supportive and accessible learning environments. Through education, people can make sense of their own experiences and learn how to take care of themselves and others. By recognising our own resourcefulness, talents and skills we become experts in our own health, make informed choices and achieve the things we want in life.

We bring people together to realise and inspire individual and collective potential, recognising and sharing experiences, strengths, hope and successes. People can take back control and become experts in their own wellbeing and recovery and live the life that they wish to live.

How do we do it?

We are committed to promoting hope, opportunity and control for all students. We ensure an empowering, strengths based and innovative learning approach to health and wellbeing. All our courses aim to be co designed and co facilitated by people with lived and learned expertise of health challenges.

Who is it for?

The Recovery & Wellbeing College is provided for anyone (18+ post compulsory education) who may gain benefit from attending. This may include people who use services, their family and friends, carers and staff of
associated services.

What are our values?

  • We value people as experts in their own lives.
  • We value that everyone has strengths and skills.
  • We value that people can make their own life choices.
  • We value that people can share their expertise for the benefit of others.
  • We value connectedness, collaboration and co production.