Engagement Support Volunteer

Vivo Care Choices
Opportunity Type
Customer Care
Befriending & Buddying
Suitable for under 18s


Do you have some time to spare to help support someone with dementia? Just a couple of hours a week could enable someone to continue to do the important things that they like to do. With your support you can make someone's day special. Whether it is an afternoon out at the garden centre, or a morning supporting someone to do a past hobby, you would make a huge difference. Some time and kindness could make someone’s day complete.

The ideal candidate would be friendly, compassionate, patient and have a wonderful sense of humour.

Many of our residents here at Curzon House like to share stories from the past, and their precious memories: * Raising a family * Being young and mischievous * Having a career * A great achievement If you have a few hours to spare, just think what a difference you could make. Together we could make someone's day count.

Benefits of Volunteering Volunteering can help you make friends, learn new skills, advance your career, and feel happier and healthier. The benefits of volunteering can be enormous. Volunteering offers support to people in need, but the benefits can be even greater for the volunteer. Giving to others can also help improve your mental and physical health. Giving in even simple ways can help those in need and improve your health and happiness. *Volunteering connects you to others *Volunteering is good for your mental and physical health *Volunteering can advance your career What we will do for you: *Pay for an enhanced DBS check *Provide a full induction and any training necessary for the role. *Provide regular supervision

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