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It can be difficult to get a good impression online of what it means to be a volunteer in Bardo. Don't hesitate to call or email if you have any questions or would like to know more than is stated here! As a care volunteer, you and the nurse provide care to the guest and their loved ones by providing care (such as helping with showering, washing in bed, helping with dressing, etc.) and light household duties (such as running laundry and washing dishes). tidy). The most important interpretation of the role as a care volunteer is to 'be there' respectfully for the guest, such as through a conversation, a listening ear, giving a relaxing hand massage or by just giving closeness to a guest in silence. What do you need to fulfill this role: Open attitude, service and a learning attitude. Commitment: Can be scheduled online according to schedule. A four-hour shift once or twice a week, willingness to work on weekends and holidays We attach importance to giving you a good start: First a personal introductory meeting Then a course of 3 Saturdays with practice and theory Then training services Finally, a final evaluation. A 'Declaration of Good Conduct (VOG)' is a requirement after you have started. What do we offer: Reimbursement: travel and expense allowance Attentions: on various occasions throughout the year. Training: various courses and workshops on relevant topics, both practical (e.g. lifting) and in-depth (e.g. syndromes). Intervision discussion of case studies - how did you experience something, what was it like others and thus learn together and share experiences; Consultation: 4x per year Guidance: by two coordinators and a nurse (on the work floor)

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Haarlemmermeer

Cleaning
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It can be difficult to get a good impression online of what it means to be a volunteer in Bardo. Don't hesitate to call or email if you have any questions or would like to know more than is stated here!

As a care volunteer, you and the nurse provide care to the guest and their loved ones by providing care (such as helping with showering, washing in bed, helping with dressing, etc.) and light household duties (such as running laundry and washing dishes). tidy).
The most important interpretation of the role as a care volunteer is to 'be there' respectfully for the guest, such as through a conversation, a listening ear, giving a relaxing hand massage or by just giving closeness to a guest in silence.

What do you need to fulfill this role:
Open attitude, service and a learning attitude.

Commitment: Can be scheduled online according to schedule. A four-hour shift once or twice a week, willingness to work on weekends and holidays

We attach importance to giving you a good start:
First a personal introductory meeting
Then a course of 3 Saturdays with practice and theory
Then training services
Finally, a final evaluation.
A 'Declaration of Good Conduct (VOG)' is a requirement after you have started.

What do we offer:
Reimbursement: travel and expense allowance
Attentions: on various occasions throughout the year.
Training: various courses and workshops on relevant topics,
both practical (e.g. lifting) and in-depth (e.g. syndromes).
Intervision discussion of case studies - how did you experience something, what was it like
others and thus learn together and share experiences;
Consultation: 4x per year
Guidance: by two coordinators and a nurse (on the work floor)

Practical information

Weekly from 1 to 4 hours

Location

Haarlemmermeer

Impact

For whom

Caregivers

Impact area

Social & wellbeing
Care

Category

Cleaning
Guidance & coaching
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