A crucial component of AEPCC’s work, the Lived Experience Network (LEN) is set to benefit people right across Australia’s early psychosis community.
For researchers and clinicians, the LEN program will be essential for identifying priorities and setting the early psychosis research and clinical agenda.
Significantly, the LEN will provide an avenue for the early psychosis lived experience community to have a say in matters that directly impact their lives.
We’re beginning the important process of convening a national Establishment Committee which will support the development of the LEN.
We’re looking for 10-15 LEN Establishment Committee members to represent a cross-section of the lived experience community, including young people with lived experience of psychosis, carers, industry allies and community advocates.
This unique opportunity will involve monthly meetings, leadership opportunities and a rigorous co-design process. Members be reimbursed for their time and effort.
If this sounds like something you’d like to be part of, take a look at the LEN Establishment Committee expression of interest form for more information and details on how you can get involved. Applications close at 5pm on Thursday 23 June; we look forward to hearing from you between now and then.