Volunteer roles with Aphasia Re-Connect
Providing supported communication to individuals and peer group leaders within a conversation group. Opportunities available in SE1, BR1, and EC1. A minimum of 2-3 hours per week or month depending on the group, for a period, ideally of 6 months.
Visit a person with aphasia within their own home on a regular basis to provide supported conversations. Flexible timings but with empathy for the conversation partners wishes. Support and supervision provided.
To find out more about Conversation Partners click here
To use your initiative and leadership skills to take forward a fundraising idea or run an event in line with Aphasia Re-Connect’s vision and mission, in collaboration with friends or colleague fundraising ambassadors’. A suggested 2 hours per week over a six month period.
In line with Aphasia Re-connect’s vision and mission, to engage with and support fundraising initiatives. A mere one or up to two hours per week over a six month period, in any location of choice, engaging with the Fundraising guru and the Aphasia Re-Connect team.
To actively engage and commit to promoting aphasia and the work of Aphasia Re-Connect on social media and via the website, in line with our objectives and mission, and to encourage other volunteers in this pursuit.
To contribute to the promotion of aphasia and the work of Aphasia Re-connect via social media and the website, in collaboration with the Media Mogul .
To monitor and oversee the collection of outcome data for Aphasia Re- Connect’s groups, in line with our objectives and mission. Read the role outline for further information.
Would you be interested in collecting outcomes within an Aphasia Re-Connect group? If so, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Would you be happy to follow up new applicants to Aphasia Re-connect and to ensure that we have all the required data and information? Can you assist in choice making and giving of information? Could you coordinate this across groups, working with other volunteers? Click above to find out more!
Within an Aphasia re-Connect group, would you be happy to spend time with new applicants and to support choice making and the provision of information? Can you ensure that data is collected in line with our objectives and mission?