Support Group Volunteer

  • VO78458


To run a monthly lunch group for adults who have an acquired brain injury. This is an informal and fun group of about 10 people who all get on and have a laugh together.

To support adults with acquired brain injury have an enjoyable lunch together in the community. The role involves chatting to service users and helping them socialise.
The lunch venues and tables will be organised and booked by our administrator so you are only required to attend on the day and have fun. The role may involve giving some advice and reassurance about sensitive matters but any specific 1-1 support will be passed on to their rehab worker at Momentum.
Following the group, any concerns/issues should be passed onto Momentum staff and a register taken.

Organisation aims and objectives

To assist adults and children who have sustained a brain injury to live independently and to re-integrate into thier communities. To deliver specialist training and support for adults with a brain injury who want to return to employment or further education










Minimum commitment of 3 months +


Experience required: Experience working with disabled and vulnerable people is desirable but not essential. Person should have good social skills and be approachable and friendly. Must understand and respect confidentiality. Responsibility to pass on relevant information to Momentum staff if needed. A PVG will be carried out by Momentum.
Travel details: Different cafes in central borders (Hawick, Galashiels, St Boswells, Kelso, Earlston, Jedburgh)
Minimum age: 25


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Last updated 4 months ago

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