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Gardening

  • VO70362


Description

Assist staff with support with our service user to develop our garden at the Dirrans Centre. We have an accessible garden needing support from someone with knowledge or a passion for the garden to help us have a garden than can be enjoyed all year round. We have a green house and enjoy growing our own fruit and veg and would like to expands this. We would like to experiment with vermiculture.

Organisation aims and objectives

The Head Injury Service aims to facilitate and maximise the extent of recovery from traumatic brain injury and to assist individuals adapt to whatever limitations attect their ability to function in the community. By careful assessment of each individual's abilities and lifestyle, we aim to provide a programme which promotes development in the following areas - social, physical, educational and leisure.

Restrictions

Service open Monday-Friday
Experience required: Someone with good knowledge or a passion for the garden
Travel details: There is a regular bus service with the no11 bus. We are based at the back of the Dirrans area in Kilwinning. There is car parking at the building.
Minimum age: 16

Support

Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: Lunch and reasonable travel expenses would be covered.
Taster available: Yes
Training details: If a training opportunity arises than this would be looked at.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

Last updated 2 months ago