Regular Help?

Bristol After Stroke - Activities and Group Volunteer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are looking for volunteers to help us .....

  • Provide support for group activities, exercises, and games.
  • Support the Group Leader with the planning of Group Activities.
  • Provide general support to Group Leader and Group Members when needed.
  • Make and serve refreshments.
  • Give added enthusiasm and encouragement to our members in taking part in any physical activities or exercises that may be offered during the session.
  • Talk to group members, encourage them to get involved and generally help to promote a supportive, happy atmosphere that contributes to a sense of wellbeing.
  • Help at the group for its full duration each week including setting up and clearing away of the room.

 

What's involved?

We would need volunteers for 3 hours weekly (Thursday - 10.00 -1.00pm) (Minimum of 12 months.) and are based at The Conference Room, St Monica Wills House, Cromwell Road, Bedminster, BS3 3NH

Why get involved?

What we can offer you:

  • An induction and support and supervision in the role.
  • You will be supported in your role by the Group Leader and other appropriate members of staff as needed.
  • Bristol After Stroke Newsletters; keeping you up to date on charity news and other volunteer opportunities.
  • You will have the opportunity to meet with other Bristol After Stroke volunteers. 

What we ask of you:
 

  • To obtain 2 references from people who are not related to you.
  • To keep to all the charity’s policies, values and guidelines.
  • To complete an induction and any necessary training for the role.

How to get involved?

If you feel this is the role for you please click accept 

or contact 

Lucy.Stockall@bristolafterstroke.org.uk

 

Ideal Skills

  • Event Management
  • Project Management
  • Understanding people with memory loss
  • Working with Older Adults
  • Conversation
  • Communication skills

Ideal Interests

  • Community Work
  • Event & Project Management
  • Working with Older Adults
  • Working with Vulnerable Adults
  • Befriending
  • Dementia
  • People

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