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Volunteer Driver

  • VO79363


Description

Alzheimer Scotland is Scotland’s national dementia charity. Our aim is to make sure nobody faces dementia alone. We provide support and information to people with dementia, their carer and families, we campaign for the rights of people with dementia and fund vital dementia research.

Volunteer Driver
• Aged over 21
• Good with people, friendly and an excellent communicator
• Happy to use your own vehicle to transport people living with dementia to activities in your local area
• Flexible and adaptable
• Wanting to volunteer and learn something new?
Our Volunteer Drivers help us to make it possible for people living with dementia to attend planned activities and support groups in their local area. Many people living with dementia no longer drive and some can have difficulty using public transport, volunteer drivers are vital helping us to keep people involved in their local communities.
If you are aged 21 or over, have access to a vehicle, hold a valid driving licence and have done so for 2 years, MOT and insurance and have some time to offer on a regular basis, Alzheimer Scotland wants to hear from you!

Organisation aims and objectives

Working to inform and support dementia and other mental health problems.

Restrictions

Travel details: Alzheimer Scotland Unit 6 Arran Mall Ayr
Minimum age: 21

Support

Expenses paid: Yes
Training details: Dementia Friends Training
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer

Last updated 6 months ago