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Mentorship enriches your world

Imagine that due to illness or a disability you are not able to stand up for your own healthcare interests. And you don't have a family who can help you with this. Wouldn't you also be happy with a mentor? Someone who expresses your wishes and opinions well. You help to make decisions in health and well-being. And visits you regularly to get to know you well. Ilse certainly is. She is 58 years old and has an intellectual disability. She finds it difficult to make decisions about care and welfare for herself. That is why she is very happy with her mentor Renske. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidential advisor. She visits her regularly and then they go for a walk or play a game. She also helps her to make choices in care and well-being. For example, about whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also regularly talks with Ilse's caregivers. She ensures that agreements made are fulfilled. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining one's own direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of the Northwest and Central Mentorship Foundation. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with intellectual or psychiatric disabilities, dementia or acquired brain injury. Mentorship is a legal protective measure, which the court institutes. Our Foundation is appointed for this by the court and as a mentor you carry out the mentorship. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging volunteer work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available at least 4 hours per month Please contact us for further information.

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Imagine that due to illness or a disability you are not able to stand up for your own healthcare interests. And you don't have a family who can help you with this. Wouldn't you also be happy with a mentor? Someone who expresses your wishes and opinions well. You help to make decisions in health and well-being. And visits you regularly to get to know you well.

Ilse certainly is. She is 58 years old and has an intellectual disability. She finds it difficult to make decisions about care and welfare for herself. That is why she is very happy with her mentor Renske. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidential advisor. She visits her regularly and then they go for a walk or play a game. She also helps her to make choices in care and well-being. For example, about whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also regularly talks with Ilse's caregivers. She ensures that agreements made are fulfilled. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining one's own direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life.

Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of the Northwest and Central Mentorship Foundation. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with intellectual or psychiatric disabilities, dementia or acquired brain injury. Mentorship is a legal protective measure, which the court institutes. Our Foundation is appointed for this by the court and as a mentor you carry out the mentorship. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor.
Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too!

What do you get as a mentor?
• challenging volunteer work with content and personal contact
• work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly
• training and guidance
• a monthly expense allowance

Are you the person who:
• can empathize well with others
• is communicative and dares to make decisions
• has been trained at least at MBO-4 level
• is available at least 4 hours per month

Please contact us for further information.

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As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Monique Kuijpers for further information. [email protected] 06-20 30 97 58.

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Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Monique Kuijpers for further information. [email protected] 06-20 30 97 58.

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Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Monique Kuijpers for further information. [email protected] 06-20 30 97 58.

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Eemnes

Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Monique Kuijpers for further information. [email protected] 06-20 30 97 58.

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Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Monique Kuijpers for further information. [email protected] 06-20 30 97 58.

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Zeewolde

Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Monique Kuijpers for further information. [email protected] 06- 20 30 97 58

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Utrecht, De Bilt, Amersfoort, Soest, Zeist

Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Joost for further information.

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Amersfoort

Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Joost for further information.

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Amersfoort, De Bilt

Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Joost Davidse for further information. [email protected]

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Utrecht

Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Joost for further information.

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Montfoort, Woerden

Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Joost for further information.

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Stichtse Vecht

Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Joost for further information.

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Veenendaal

Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Joost for further information.

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IJsselstein, Utrechtse Heuvelrug, Wijk bij Duurstede, Houten, Zeist

Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Joost for further information.

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Houten, Nieuwegein, IJsselstein

Become a mentor and stand up for your client

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

As a mentor you stand up for the care interests of someone with an illness or disability. You support your client in making decisions in care and welfare. For example, just like Renske, who is Ilse's mentor. Ilse has an intellectual disability and finds it difficult to make her own decisions regarding care and welfare. As a mentor, Renske is Ilse's legal representative and confidant. She helps her make choices such as whether or not to vaccinate or operate. Renske also ensures that agreements made are fulfilled through consultation with Ilse's care providers. She visits her regularly and then they take a walk or play a game. For Ilse, mentorship means maintaining self-direction. Renske finds the mentorship an enrichment of her life. Renske is one of the 370 voluntary mentors of Stichting Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Ilse, there are many more people who are looking for a mentor, so become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging voluntary work with content and personal contact • work with a large personal contribution, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize well with others • is communicative and dares to make decisions • has been trained at least at MBO-4 level • is available for at least 4 hours per month Please contact coordinator Joost for further information.

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Dordrecht, Zwijndrecht

Mentor, do you want to make a difference?

Mentorschap Noordwest en Midden

Mouthpiece, decision maker, buddy: a mentor is all of these Imagine that you are unable to stand up for your own healthcare interests due to illness or a disability. And you don't have family who can help you with this, then you will be very happy with a mentor. Someone who visits you to get to know you well. Your wishes and opinions are expressed well. And helps you make decisions in healthcare and welfare. Joke is 84 years old and has Alzheimer's. It is almost impossible to make your own decisions anymore. That is why she is happy with her mentor Dirk. As a mentor, Dirk is Joke's legal representative and confidant. When he visits her they have a chat about how things are going. And he helps her make choices when more care is needed. Dirk also knows whether everything is going well through consultation with Joke's home care. For Joke, mentorship means maintaining your own control. Dirk would like to contribute meaningfully to society. Dirk is one of the 330 volunteer mentors of the Northwest and Central Mentorship Foundation. Our Foundation offers mentorship to adults with an intellectual or psychiatric disability, dementia or acquired brain injury. Mentorship is a legal protective measure imposed by the court. Our Foundation is appointed for this purpose by the court. The Foundation trains and guides you in your role as a mentor. Besides Dirk, there are many more people looking for a mentor; become a mentor too! What do you get as a mentor? • challenging volunteer work with content and personal contact • work with a high level of personal input, which you can organize flexibly • training and guidance • a monthly expense allowance Are you the person who: • can empathize with others • has good communication skills and dares to make decisions • is educated at least to MBO-4 level • is available approximately 4 hours per month After registration we will contact you quickly.

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Do you also want to commit to a better world? The World Shop sells products from small coffee farmers, wood carvers and ceramists from developing countries. This allows them to build an independent existence, without poverty and with opportunities for development. By selling these products in the Wereldwinkel we give these small entrepreneurs in developing countries the opportunity for a better life. The Wereldwinkel can be found in Aalsmeer Center and is open six days a week thanks to more than 30 volunteers who jointly ensure that the store is open six days a week. The volunteers work a shopping shift of 3.5 hours at least twice a month, more is also allowed. This can be done on a fixed day or on a different day of your choice. A new schedule is created every month for which schedule wishes can be submitted. We are looking for a board member/volunteer coordinator who, together with a colleague, wants to create the monthly schedule and take care of the associated tasks, such as joys and sorrows, recruitment, selection, guidance and assessment.

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For a forty-five year old woman from Kudelstaart, we are looking for a buddy (f) between forty and fifty years old. The woman has some difficulty walking, which makes it more difficult for her to do anything. She will soon get a mobility scooter. She would like to get out more and explore her surroundings a little more. The woman has a small network. The people in her network have their own lives, so she does not see them often. She would like to be paired with a buddy, with the idea that she can do something together with someone, instead of alone. She wants a buddy who is talkative and with whom she has some common ground. It is important that her buddy does not judge her, but has understanding and patience for her. And that her buddy can take her thoughts and the choices she makes into account. The woman would like to do low-budget activities with her buddy. For example, she thinks it would be nice to go somewhere for coffee together. She describes herself as someone who is quite calm, can sometimes be a bit stressful, can change in mood, and likes a joke. She is available on Fridays and Saturdays. Are you interested in becoming her buddy? Read below how that works. As a volunteer with the Roads Buddy project, we pair you with a regular participant: your buddy. We connect the participant and the volunteer based on, among other things, common interests. The function of this buddy contact is to break through or prevent social isolation for a participant with a psychological vulnerability by going out together. As a volunteer you provide distraction and a bit of fun. It is important that you are prepared to meet with your buddy once every fortnight for one year (longer is possible). Furthermore, you are prepared to enter into the encounter 'openly', without wanting to change the other person. That sometimes requires adaptability. Working hours: During the day or in the evening, during the week or at the weekend: all possible. If you become each other's buddy, you will meet once every two weeks for a period of one year. When and where you meet each other, you always decide in mutual consultation with your buddy. Intake procedure: Contact person Roads Maatjesproject: Jorise (Mon, Wed, Thu). Please feel free to contact us for an introductory meeting. If you definitively register as a volunteer, an interview will follow with a participant. After this conversation, you can indicate the next day whether you want to become a buddy couple. Yes = start contact. No = new conversation with another buddy.

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Over Rood is looking for a financial administrative volunteer who wants to use his/her knowledge and experience to help independent entrepreneurs. As a financial administrative volunteer, you support the clients of our process managers to get their administration in order. You give these entrepreneurs an overview and insight into their administration and any debts. You help them get back on track. Job description As a financial administrative volunteer, you support entrepreneurs in completing an assistance process within Over Rood. You help entrepreneurs with their administration and, where necessary, in collaboration with the client, you have contact with the accountant, creditors, curators and/or the tax authorities. We are looking for several volunteers who are willing to commit at least 4 hours a week to making a valuable contribution to the Dutch economy and a healthy business climate, in which there is also support for them in difficult times. This is an unpaid position, expenses will be reimbursed. What do we offer you? • Space to use your talent and experience for others within a professional and fast-growing, national volunteer organization • Learning from each other and exchanging knowledge, so that you can continue to develop yourself and stay informed of current developments • Various internal training courses in the context of administrations, business taxes, debt assistance and business programs • Socially involved colleagues who, together with you, use their knowledge, experience and strength to really make a difference for our clients. What do we ask of you? • You enjoy using your administrative skills for people who benefit greatly from them • You have knowledge of finances, administrations and the different types of taxes for entrepreneurs • You speak the language of the entrepreneur and understand that entrepreneurship can sometimes be difficult • You are accurate with numbers and you are good with Excel • You are able to prioritise, structure and analyze What training and experience do we require? MBO working and thinking level. Knowledge of and experience with setting up, entering and checking administrations is a plus. You are numerically literate, but you also inspire confidence and you can empathize with the problems, mental situation and living conditions of clients, without becoming emotionally involved. Good command of the Dutch language, spoken and written, is a requirement.

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Garden specialist wanted

Nidaa

I am a single woman who does not have enough energy (iron deficiency) for heavy jobs. My garden needs regular maintenance. I am looking for someone who can help me with this. This involves jobs such as: pruning hedges and shrubs, planting new plants and weeding. My garden is not big. The hedge needs to be pruned. I have always been interested in gardening. In Iraq I had a beautiful garden. Maybe together we can turn my garden into a paradise again! I look forward.

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Haarlemmermeer, Aalsmeer, Amstelveen

Looking for a walking or cycling buddy!

Roads Maatjesproject

Do you like to go hiking or cycling? And are you sociable? Maybe it's something for you to go on walking and / or cycling trips with one of our participants and offer him or her a listening ear or pleasant distraction during this activity. What are you going to do? We link you to one permanent participant. The link takes place on the basis of common wishes and interests. You form a buddy couple for a year. You meet on a bi-weekly basis. As a volunteer you provide distraction and a bit of fun, in this case by making walking and / or cycling trips. Our participants Our participants are people who feel lonely because they experience a psychological vulnerability and do not dare to mingle independently in a social environment. As a volunteer you break through his or her loneliness. It is important that you are prepared to enter into contact 'openly', without wanting to change your buddy. Method The project leader maintains contact with you as a volunteer. Newsletters keep you informed. Buddy couples must adhere to the rules of the RIVM. Both the volunteer and the participant must feel comfortable with these rules. Working hours During the day or in the evening, during the week or at the weekend: everything is possible. When and where you meet, you always decide in mutual consultation with your buddy. Intake procedure Feel free to contact us for an introductory meeting with the project leader. If you definitively register as a volunteer, you will meet with a participant. After this meeting you can indicate whether you want to become a buddy couple together. Yes = start contact. No = new conversation with another buddy. Are you interested? Would you like to offer someone (living in your area) some social distraction and do something with him or her? Please leave a message with your name and phone number. I would like to meet you by phone. This is of course entirely without obligation and for orientation. Best regards, Chantal Roads Buddy project

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Haarlem, Zandvoort, Dijk en Waard, Alkmaar, Bergen (NH.), Lisse, Den Helder, Schagen, Hollands Kroon, Purmerend, Zaanstad, Amsterdam, Velsen, Beverwijk, Heemskerk, Haarlemmermeer

Help us with our social media campaigns

Stichting Humblebees

The Humblebees Foundation is a small Haarlem foundation that is committed to children, young people and young adults with a (mild) intellectual disability. Every weekend we organize overnight stays full of fun activities for our participants and volunteers. We are looking for someone who would like to help us set up a social media campaign. Someone who is good at making fun posts about our weekends and can help us attract volunteers and donations. Are you a marketing or social media expert and do you have a few hours to spare? Let us know and become part of our fun team!

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Young people
Aalsmeer

Woman wants buddy (with dog) for a walk

Roads Maatjesproject

We are looking for a buddy for a thirty-four year old woman from Aalsmeer. Her network has become smaller lately. She is alone a lot now. And she needs more social contact. At the same time, social contact can be exhausting for her because she quickly suffers from overstimulation when busy. And she gets tired quickly. The woman wants one-on-one contact with someone with whom she clicks well. Because if someone can make her feel good, that will give her energy. Whether it clicks will become clear during the introduction. She would like to go for a walk in her area with a buddy. She's thinking about a one-hour walk. But that will depend on how she feels and what she can handle at that moment. If the volunteer has a dog, it is welcome. She also thinks it would be fun to drink a cup of tea, play a board game or get some inspiration from Pinterest to do something creative. The woman is interested in spirituality. Her ideal companion is not quick to judge or think too rigidly, accepts other people's ideas and feels free to share his or her thoughts. Due to her fatigue, she may occasionally cancel the appointment. Are you interested in becoming her buddy? Read below how that works. As a volunteer with the Roads Buddy project, we pair you with a regular participant: your buddy. We connect the participant and the volunteer based on, among other things, common interests. The function of this buddy contact is to break through or prevent social isolation for a participant with a psychological vulnerability by going out together. As a volunteer you provide distraction and a bit of fun. It is important that you are prepared to meet with your buddy once every fortnight for one year (longer is possible). Furthermore, you are prepared to enter into the encounter 'openly', without wanting to change the other person. That sometimes requires adaptability. Working hours: During the day or in the evening, during the week or at the weekend: all possible. If you become each other's buddy, you will meet once every two weeks for a period of one year. When and where you meet each other, you always decide in mutual consultation with your buddy. Intake procedure: Contact person Roads Maatjesproject: Jorise (Mon, Wed, Thu). Please feel free to contact us for an introductory meeting. If you definitively register as a volunteer, an interview will follow with a participant. After this conversation, you can indicate the next day whether you want to become a buddy couple. Yes = start contact. No = new conversation with another buddy.

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