This exciting opportunity has become available for any volunteer who may have a skill they wish to share with the people we work with. This could include, Musical or dance skills, Arts and crafts, Storytelling, sport etc. Creating meaningful activities The role involves, Assisting staff to prepare for activities, Encouraging supported persons to participate in activities, Notifying staff of any issues or concerns, Attending regular support sessions, Undertaking Cornerstone Induction training, Contacting the Branch Coordinator if unable to attend as agreed.
Volunteers have become an integral and highly valued part of the services Cornerstone provides to people with disabilities and additional support needs. Volunteers add an important extra dimension to the lives of people we support by extending and enhancing their circle of support and broadening the opportunities available, allowing them to enjoy life and feel part of their wider community.
This exciting opportunity for Volunteer Gardeners will contribute to this by helping to maintain our Allotment in Dumbarton East, work alongside our support practitioners and supported persons to develop gardening skills, growing plants/vegetables and any other creative gardening opportunities. This will encourage the people we support to enjoy time outside which can be of benefit to their health and wellbeing and create meaningful outcomes
Maintain regular contact with the service you have been matched with. Carry out specific duties regarding your volunteer role. Maintain appropriate boundaries, respecting confidentiality. Notifying the service if you are unable to attend. Attend regular support sessions. Adhere to the policies and procedures of Cornerstone. Undertake training sessions relevant to your role.