Everyone has something to offer in the community.
Those who get involved in timebanking will have various levels of mobility, life experience and ability, but everyone has something to give.
The Q and A sessions will make it clear that the old and young, those with low self-esteem or health problems, all have something to offer, and their time will be of equal value to anyone else’s.
A spokesman said: “Timebanking builds on what people can do, rather than looking at their needs.
“It can benefit people with physical disabilities, mental health issues and learning difficulties. ”
Special software keeps data on users’ needs and skills and keeps a record of the hours swapped and the skills offered.