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Rolls and Responsibilities of Mentors.

What Mentoring Incorporates

  • Educate
  • Assist
  • Guide
  • Enable
  • Inform
  • Impart intellectual knowledge, increase social confidence and moral support. 
  • Listen, be supportive, develop a rapport.
  • Show the way the journey can go, demonstrate different perspectives.
  • Lead by example.
  • Give control, authority and/or means to achieve.
  • There’s a light at the end of the Tunnel.
  • Give facts and/or information.
  • Give essential, formative, factual and quality of information.
  • Do not make promises or guarantees.
  • Maintain confidentiality at all times. 
  • The world of Disability is very small.  The information you are hearing is very personal, medical and private.  Your ability to keep this confidential is imperative.

Not Allowed

It is essential that a Mentor is very clear on what they can and can’t do. A Mentor must not: