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Elderly care volunteer Evean

We are Evean As a healthcare organization, we provide care to the elderly in a large part of North Holland. This can be within their own living environment, or within one of Evean's care locations where they have their home. Evean offers care and support in a large part of North Holland, namely the head of North Holland, Zaanstreek/Waterland and Amsterdam. All Evean employees are happy to help residents and clients with (specialized) nursing, care and home care, geriatric rehabilitation care, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, exercise therapy, home guidance, day care and cared for living. All these different types of care make working at Evean so great: after all, there is something for everyone! As a volunteer in elderly care, you are indispensable in society. Not only for our clients and residents but also for Evean. Your extra help and attention do a person good and are of inestimable value. Evean has many options for you to help. For example: - During a creative morning in the department; - When serving coffee; - When accompanying residents to the hospital; - A trip to a museum; Or perhaps you would like to participate in our client councils and think about how care and support can be done differently or better. What do we ask of you as a volunteer? We like that you would like to do something for someone else. As a volunteer you will recognize yourself in the following characteristics: - Caring; - Helpful; - Decisive; - Enterprising. You know how to treat clients, residents and colleagues respectfully. You are motivated, can work well together and are representative. You are also aware of your responsibilities, such as keeping agreements. What does volunteering bring to you? Volunteer work is very satisfying. A resident's smile sometimes says it all. You can be the bright spot of the day for our elderly. But you can also increase your knowledge and experience. For example in the field of organizing and guiding. For example, you can gain advisory experience in the client council. As a volunteer in elderly care you will not receive a salary, but you can count on: - Good guidance and opportunities for development; - Workshops & theme afternoons; - A travel allowance; - Gratitude and appreciation; - New contacts; - Activities that suit your capabilities and wishes; - When you study, this experience will look good on your CV; - Membership of the Espria Members Association; - Liability and accident insurance. Take a look at our working at site for more information. Want to contact us directly? Are you curious about what you can do for our elderly? Contact us. The direct telephone number of the location is listed on our working at site or check the information with the person who submitted this request for help. Locations Eight states - Wormerveer Eduard Douwes Dekker - Amsterdam Erasmus House - Zaandam Festina Lente - Assendelft Guisveld - Zaandijk Henriette Roland Holst - Amsterdam De Kimme - Amsterdam Korthagenhuis - Amsterdam De Lishof - Oostzaan New Greenland - Zaandam Oostergouw - Zaandam Rosariumhorst - Krommenie Swaensborch - Monnickendam Twiskehuis - Amsterdam

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Amsterdam, Oostzaan, Purmerend, Zaanstad

Activity guidance
Buddy & company
Guidance & coaching

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We are Evean

As a healthcare organization, we provide care to the elderly in a large part of North Holland. This can be within their own living environment, or within one of Evean's care locations where they have their home.

Evean offers care and support in a large part of North Holland, namely the head of North Holland, Zaanstreek/Waterland and Amsterdam. All Evean employees are happy to help residents and clients with (specialized) nursing, care and home care, geriatric rehabilitation care, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, exercise therapy, home guidance, day care and cared for living. All these different types of care make working at Evean so great: after all, there is something for everyone!

As a volunteer in elderly care, you are indispensable in society. Not only for our clients and residents but also for Evean. Your extra help and attention do a person good and are of inestimable value.

Evean has many options for you to help. For example:

- During a creative morning in the department;
- When serving coffee;
- When accompanying residents to the hospital;
- A trip to a museum;

Or perhaps you would like to participate in our client councils and think about how care and support can be done differently or better.

What do we ask of you as a volunteer?
We like that you would like to do something for someone else. As a volunteer you will recognize yourself in the following characteristics:

- Caring;
- Helpful;
- Decisive;
- Enterprising.

You know how to treat clients, residents and colleagues respectfully. You are motivated, can work well together and are representative. You are also aware of your responsibilities, such as keeping agreements.

What does volunteering bring to you?
Volunteer work is very satisfying. A resident's smile sometimes says it all. You can be the bright spot of the day for our elderly. But you can also increase your knowledge and experience. For example in the field of organizing and guiding. For example, you can gain advisory experience in the client council.

As a volunteer in elderly care you will not receive a salary, but you can count on:

- Good guidance and opportunities for development;
- Workshops & theme afternoons;
- A travel allowance;
- Gratitude and appreciation;
- New contacts;
- Activities that suit your capabilities and wishes;
- When you study, this experience will look good on your CV;
- Membership of the Espria Members Association;
- Liability and accident insurance.

Take a look at our working at site for more information.

Want to contact us directly?

Are you curious about what you can do for our elderly? Contact us. The direct telephone number of the location is listed on our working at site or check the information with the person who submitted this request for help.

Locations

Eight states - Wormerveer

Eduard Douwes Dekker - Amsterdam

Erasmus House - Zaandam

Festina Lente - Assendelft

Guisveld - Zaandijk

Henriette Roland Holst - Amsterdam

De Kimme - Amsterdam

Korthagenhuis - Amsterdam

De Lishof - Oostzaan

New Greenland - Zaandam

Oostergouw - Zaandam

Rosariumhorst - Krommenie

Swaensborch - Monnickendam

Twiskehuis - Amsterdam

Practical information

Weekly from 1 to 36 hours

Location

Amsterdam, Oostzaan, Purmerend, Zaanstad

Specifics

Suitable for youth

Additional guidance possible

Wheelchair accessible

Impact

For whom

Elderly

Impact area

Sports & exercise
Social & wellbeing
Care

Category

Activity guidance
Buddy & company
Guidance & coaching
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