Seescape

Charity registered in Scotland SC001354

Providing support to people in Fife with sight impairment


Current opportunities

Seescape social groups provide people living with visual impairments in Fife the chance to get together with others, receive peer support & enjoy company & activities. Local groups meet up across Fife on a regular basis providing a lifeline for people who are affected by visual impairments. It is hoped the social groups can get back together again in local venues, with volunteers who would be willing to help out at these groups, Glenrothes & Dunfermline particularly. Tasks can involve: escorting clients to/from transport to venue. providing sighted assistance at venues, preparing and serving refreshments, welcoming new members, having a chat, helping other volunteers organise and facilitate activities, making sure participants can enjoy activities safely and offering assistance where needed. Groups meet up weekly/fortnightly. You will are asked to commit to regular attendance, travel independently to and from venues, be warm and friendly as well as using initiative where required to help with the overall smooth running of the activities.

Seescape social groups provide people living with visual impairments in Fife the chance to get together with others, receive peer support & enjoy company & activities. Local groups meet up across Fife on a regular basis providing a lifeline for people who are affected by visual impairments. The Glenrothes group meets every Tuesday from 2-4pm at the Lomond Centre, Woodside Way, Glenrothes. Tasks can involve: escorting clients to/from transport to venue. providing sighted assistance at venues, preparing and serving refreshments, welcoming new members, having a chat, helping other volunteers organise and facilitate activities, making sure participants can enjoy activities safely and offering assistance where needed. You will are asked to commit to regular attendance, travel independently to and from venues, be warm and friendly as well as using initiative where required to help with the overall smooth running of the activities.

Seescape social groups provide people living with visual impairments in Fife the chance to get together with others, receive peer support & enjoy company & activities. Local groups meet up across Fife on a regular basis providing a lifeline for people who are affected by visual impairments. It is hoped the social groups can get back together again in local venues, with volunteers who would be willing to help out at these groups, Glenrothes & Dunfermline particularly. Tasks can involve: escorting clients to/from transport to venue. providing sighted assistance at venues, preparing and serving refreshments, welcoming new members, having a chat, helping other volunteers organise and facilitate activities, making sure participants can enjoy activities safely and offering assistance where needed. Groups meet up weekly/fortnightly. You will are asked to commit to regular attendance, travel independently to and from venues, be warm and friendly as well as using initiative where required to help with the overall smooth running of the activities.

Seescape Social Groups provide people living with visual impairments in Fife the chance to get together with others, receive peer support and enjoy company and activities. The Kirkcaldy based social group meets on a regular basis to provide a lifeline for people who are affected by visual impairments locally. The group meets every second Monday from 2-3:30pm at Salvation Army, Hayfield Road, Kirkcaldy. Tasks can involve: escorting clients where required, providing sighted assistance at venues, preparing and serving refreshments, welcoming new members, having a chat, helping other volunteers organise and facilitate activities, making sure participants can enjoy activities safely and offering assistance where needed. It is expected that as a volunteer you will be able to commit to regular attendance, travel independently to and from venues, be warm and friendly as well as using initiative where required to help with the overall smooth running of the group.