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Hours: 19.5 hours, the post may require some evening work.
Accountable to: Learning Disability Team Manager
A Learning Disability Support Worker is required for the delivery of Tees Valley wide day care services. The support worker role will include providing a stimulating environment by involving service users in different activities.
I don’t need convincing of the benefits of social prescribing. I spent 18 months researching it back in 2014 and produced a business case proposing a model for South Tees. My positive views however, were reinforced at a recent Kings Fund conference I attended ‘Social Prescribing – from Rhetoric to Reality’.
I’ve recently decided to build ‘reflective’ time into my working week, to take stock of work ticked off the endless to do list, what I’ve learnt, the people I’ve met etc. It’s something that I hope will become a habit as it’s such a useful exercise to put things into perspective, identifying areas for improvement, good things, and the appreciation of others.
We like to believe that people volunteer purely out of the goodness of their hearts. The reality is that people have a wide range of reasons to want to offer their time and skills to organisations.
Middlesbrough Environment City is offering community groups a new training course on energy efficiency in the home. The training session lasts around 5 hours, with plenty of breaks. The training will cover: heat loss, insulation, draught proofing, reading meters, setting heating controls, smart meters and ‘no cost’ ways of saving money on your bills.
Ageing Better Middlesbrough has teamed up with Capture Films to develop an exciting new project to produce news that works for the whole of Middlesbrough. Whether or not you have experience in writing, filming or sound recording, we’d like you to come along.
Match Your Volunteering Talent is a new service that matches young people not in employment, education or training (NEET) with relevant and exciting local volunteering opportunities.
IDC is running its third Elderly Community Meal at the Trinity Centre, James Street, North Ormesby, TS3 0LD on Wednesday 28 June. This is a free meal where all sections of the community are welcome to eat together, speak together and make new friends.
This is an opportunity for people who look after volunteers, whether as their paid job or as a volunteer themselves, to come together to share information, discuss good practice and network.
Come and join us to: