Momentum Scotland (Aberdeen

Momentum Scotland (Aberdeen

Charity registered in Scotland SC004328

Momentum’s services help a wide range of people, including those with a brain injury, spinal injury, mental health difficulty, physical or learning disability, in the areas of employment and training, job retention and community rehabilitation.


Current opportunity

We require a person(s) to assist our programme tutor to drive our minibus to various locations throughout the city and ‘shire. Our clients enjoy participating in our gardening project, yoga, walking trips and various outdoor activities. These activities are aimed at promoting good mental health and wellbeing, confidence and self-management. Our programme runs Wed – Fri, 10am - 3pm. If you like working with people, are available for for all days or even just one, enjoy the outdoors and love driving, please give us a call. Momentum Scotland is a not for profit, charity delivering vocational rehabilitation and employment services to adults with additional needs to employment including mental health and acquired brain injuries. All help is greatly appreciated. To volunteer or for further details please contact Allison Clark, Service co-ordinator at E Mail: allison.clark@momentumscotland.org or tel.: 01224 625580.

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