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Supporting People - Lay Assessors
Would you like to do something to help other service users? Why not become a lay assessor?
Lay assessors carry out an important role by helping to make sure that vulnerable people get the right kind of support for their needs.
If you become a lay assessor, your benefits will not be affected. You will also be given expenses and other rewards for your commitment.
To become a lay assessor you must be:
able to attend training sessions
willing to attend service reviews and interview service users and members of staff
willing to pass on your skills to new trainees
willing to undergo a police check.
You will get:
training and support
a contemporary CV
a record of achievement.
Find out more from the Supporting People team's service user involvement officer:
Service user involvement officer
Supporting People team
Birmingham City Council
PO Box 16228
0121 303 6135
0121 303 3148