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INFO DEL PROYECTO
Type of work: facilitating leisure activities with disabled Leonard Cheshire service users.
– Llanhennock Lodge in South Wales – We are looking for 1 volunteer as another has already been selected.
– Danybryn in South Wales – We are looking for 2 volunteers.
– Eithinog in North Wales – We are looking for 2 volunteers.
– Seven Rivers, Great Bromley, Colchester – We are looking for 2 volunteers.
– Hydon Hill, Godalming – We are looking for 2 volunteers, they will live in a cottage allocated to volunteers separate from the service.
At Leonard Cheshire, we value the role our Overseas Volunteers have in our services throughout the United Kingdom. Due to the length of the placements for overseas volunteers (12 months) volunteers have the opportunity to acquire a range of skills, improve their English, enjoy the best of British culture and life, and develop fulfilling working relationships with our residents, staff and local volunteers which often develop into long-term friendships.
Overseas volunteers help support our staff teams in providing an active, involving and stimulating environment for our residents. Through our overseas volunteers, disabled people in our supported living services are able to access their local community services and social opportunities more easily and regularly, thus improving their independence and quality of life. This means that in their roles overseas volunteers are engaging in a wide range of activities both inside and outside the home. Volunteers are also able to support community activities and programs in local community, specifically CanDo (youth volunteering opportunities), as well as support the services with community events in the services, and along with the community staff team, represent Leonard Cheshire at recruitment and community events locally.
There is no typical day for volunteers as our services users’ needs and interests determine what volunteers will be doing on a daily basis. Volunteers may be required to providing support to those service users who have regular work, education or volunteering commitments. We expect our volunteers to be proactive and think of new activities based on their skills and passion. While it is a lot of fun going out with residents, it is also very challenging as volunteers experience first-hand the issues faced by people with disabilities every day.
Pocket money will be 38£ a week
Volunteers will be able to leave very soon as these are projects that we have already funding for.