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Assists clients in personal health-related goal identification
Provides social connection to older adults
Communicates with volunteer organizations, family health team, research team, and/or community based organizations
Utilizes a tablet computer and other technology to provide information to identified organizations
Maintains up to date knowledge of health programs and services and acts as resource in the community through the use of approved information and referral sources
Works closely with program coordinator to schedule client appointments
Completes feedback and reports; and submits information to the volunteer coordinator
Visit clients at their home (average visit time from 1 to 2 hours) - the conditions of the client’s home may not be known prior to the visit occurring
All visits will be within the assigned community
Local travel is required. Must have reliable transportation by personal or public transit
Meetings and supervision may be in person, by telephone or through other electronic means
Must have access to a telephone, email and internet
Time spent engaging in activities will vary by a volunteer’s interest and availability with the average person committing 6 hours per month
For more than 130 years, St. John Ambulance volunteers have been serving communities across the province through our Medical First Response program. Locally, in 2017, 525 patients were treated by SJA Niagara Region MFR volunteers at 300 different events across the Niagara Region. From sporting events to festivals to concerts to any community gathering we are there to provide the necessary medical first response needed.
We are well-trained and well-equipped volunteers who attend countless public events across the Niagara Region to provide basic and advanced first aid when emergencies occur. Our volunteers are prepared to provide the first response casualty care necessary to save a life, prevent further injury or provide comfort until emergency medical assistance arrives.
Volunteering with us gives you the opportunity to gain valuable skills while giving back to the community.
• Improving the quality of life of the community;
• Doing something useful and enjoyable;
• Exploring new career options and networking;
• Receiving professional experience or training;
• Acquiring new skills;
• Making new friends and affiliations;
• Developing and growing personally; and
• Contributing to a cause that is important – saving lives.
Please visit our website to complete a volunteer application form and to learn more about our medical screening requirements and volunteer intake process.
VOLUNTEERS PLAY A VITAL ROLE AT HOTEL DIEU SHAVER HEALTH & REHABILITATION CENTRE!
WE NEED YOUR HELP!!
VOLUNTEER POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN:
NEVADA BREAK-OPEN TICKET BOOTH
Saturday & Sunday 1-3:30pm
These services provide funds for much needed medical equipment and enhance efficient operation of our services.
Make a Difference - Volunteer!
The program is designed to be FUN and interactive through games, discussions and snack time.
You can check out this short video for more information about the mentor role