Volunteer with someone aged over 60 who is affected by isolation or loneliness and lives in EH10 & EH13 in Edinburgh. Provide 1-2-1 befriending on a weekly basis and help person to connect to their community
To provide companionship for people living with dementia to reduce their loneliness and isolation; to engage them in meaningful activities, keep connected with their local community.
The Befriending Consortium provides one-to-one befriending for children and young people aged 5-16 though supporting them to learn new skills and provide a social experience for children and young people who are experiencing difficulties in their lives due to parental drug and alcohol use.
We are looking for a volunteer to help our older people who feel isolated or unable to get out very easily on their own by giving time on a one to one basis.
If you enjoy meeting and chatting with people this is the job for you. Volunteers visit older people at home to provide information and companionship.
As a befriender you will support a service user to participate in social activities in the community.
As a befriender you will work one-to-one with vulnerable young people aged 16-25 years. The young people will often be ‘’hard to reach’’ by supporting services, and will be those most at risk of homelessness.
To support the member of staff and service users to promote the smooth running of the activity
Assisting with personal correspondence; Having a chat and providing company; Read mail, magazines, etc.; Visit people in their home. Assisting with personal correspondence; Having a chat and providing company; Read mail, magazines, etc.; Visit people in their home
Befriend an elderly lady who is socially isolated and lost confidence to go out on her own. Role is about going out with the person for walks and coffee and chatting about all sort of different past and current affairs.
Good listener seeking a befriending role? Look no further and join us in this engaging one to one befriending role with the over 60s.
Volunteers will be working with adults with learning difficulties or physical disabilities. Support is about ensuring that people feel part of the community. This is to be achieved by going out with people for walks, coffee, cinema, shops, bowling etc.
Befrienders support carers to become more engaged with the community, or have a break from caring. Some carers like to get out and about, while others may want to meet for a coffee & chat.
Your volunteering will involve meeting with the person on a regular basis (weekly or fortnightly) and taking part in various activities in the community: going for walks, cinema, coffee, galleries, or just having a chat and cuppa with the person.
The role of a Befriender is varied and could involve helping out with practical tasks such as driving someone to a doctor’s appointment, it could simply involve a cup of tea and a chat or it could be to accompany them to their first meeting of an interest group in their community.
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