Description

Collecting blind and partially sighted Centre users from their homes and assisting them to get into the Centre in the Centre minibus. This may involve guiding people with a visual impairment but full training will be given for this. Centre users are coming into access one of the groups that take place so you can stay for the group or come back after a couple of hours for the return journey. The groups are involved in many activities including knitting, art, history, reading, dining and personal safety. Occasionally groups go out for afternoon tea or to visit local visitor attractions.

Organisation aims and objectives

Forth Valley Sensory Centre, in Camelon, is a place where people with visual or hearing loss and the wider community can access quality services and advice from our partner organisations. Travel directions.

Availability

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Restrictions

Experience required: Drivers require to have a clean, current driving licence. We would provide MIDAS training for a driver who would be prepared to undergo this training to drive our minibus. If drivers are driving their own car the car should be in good condition with current MOT, insurance and tax. We would require to see a copy of these annually. A PVG will require to be undertaken.
Minimum age: 25

Support

Taster available: Yes
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

Last updated 6 days ago