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Help someone in care today - Female Community Visitor volunteer needed Cleveland

Queensland Community Care Network
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Many elderly Australians in aged care homes are socially isolated from the community. QCCN is looking for people with big hearts to visit these senior citizens and reconnect them with the community. It only takes an hour a fortnight and all you have to do is be a friend.

Residents enjoy the social visits of our volunteers. You will be matched one-on-one with a resident who has been identified as socially isolated, or at risk of becoming so. Volunteers enjoy a coffee and chat, or perhaps a board game with their new friend, and through ongoing visits create a wonderful new friendship for someone in need.

This resident in care is female and aged 78 years old. She would greatly benefit from one-on-one interaction with a mature age female Community Visitor who is able to visit her on a regular fortnightly basis for friendship. She would love a new friend to visit her for a coffee and a walk around the gardens. She has great cognitive awareness and would love someone to have a conversation with.

She enjoys going for walks around the facility using her walker, crocheting, family tree research, talking about current affairs and keeping up with the news and gardening.
Visits are best to be made on Mondays (either morning, afternoon or evenings). QCCN are excited to invite applications from volunteers who fit the criteria for this placement.

This care home has wonderful supportive staff who will assist you to make sure your volunteer journey is a successful and enjoyable experience. They will be with you throughout the process for support and guidance.

Please note: you must have had the COVID-19 vaccination to enter this care home and as such is a requirement of this placement. It is important to also specify that during flu season (typically April - October) all visitors to aged care facilities in Australia (including staff, family and volunteers) must have a Flu Vaccination with evidence to be provided to aged care facility upon each visit. Both these additional measurements are decisions that have been handed down by the Federal Government in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

We’re a small not for profit aiming to do big things! It’s our goal to try to eliminate the elderly feeling secluded whilst in residential care. To do this, we connect volunteers with the elderly so they can develop long lasting, meaningful friendships. We'd love to have you join our team if this is the kind of role you are looking for within the community!