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Volunteering with our Charity

Charity-volunteering-social-care-care-and-support-programme.If you are caring, friendly and supportive and can really connect with people, then why not put your skills to use by volunteering in one of our support services?

Whether you want to spend a few hours a week taking part in our befriending scheme or would like to gain valuable experience of a career in social care with a full-time volunteer work placement, there are lots of ways you can help the people we support live full and happy lives.

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    Case Studies

    • Meet volunteer be-frienders, Beryl & Mary

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      Beryl Hamel and Mary Davies each volunteer two days a week at Amberleigh House, a specialist dementia care home in Fazakerley, Liverpool. Between them they have notched up almost twenty years of volunteering at the home...

      “My husband and Mary’s elderly friend were both cared for at Amberleigh House,” explains Beryl. “The way the staff here looked after our loved ones will stay with us forever and that’s why we both volunteer now, to try, in our own little way, to say thanks.”

      “We help with activities like bingo, reminiscence sessions and sing-a-longs,” says Mary. “Dementia can be a very sad illness, but our role means that we can make our residents lives happier.”

      And it’s not just the residents who Beryl and Mary help, residents’ families also benefit from their personal experiences. “We know how it feels to place a loved one in a home, so we are able to empathise with families, offering them support and reassurance,” says Beryl.

      Mary agrees, “I think it is important when you retire that you do something of real purpose and value. That is why it is such a pleasure volunteering at Amberleigh House, where our work is both valued and valuable.”

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