There is considerable interest in using peers to deliver rehabilitation interventions in the community for continuity of care following initial rehabilitation. The development and fidelity of a virtual peer trainer training program compliant with COVID-related public health recommendations for social distancing,will be discuss during this symposium. The train-the-trainer modules used byTEAMWheels, aneHealth peer-led wheelchair skills training program, will be used as a specific example. This symposium will be opportunity for attendees to discuss related concepts to their current areas of research or practice in order to gain an understanding of how peer-led education could be safely developed across different settings/population
Articulate the potential benefits of working with peer trainers.
Identify the benefits of using a virtual training platform.
List potential barries and facilitators to virtual training of peer-trainers.
Generalize the principles to an intervention within their own scope of practice.