Carers in Hertfordshire provides advice, information and support to unpaid carers - people looking after someone who is elderly, disabled, has a physical or mental illness or who misuses drugs or ...
Carer Support Hub Group Leaders and Helpers
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SummaryWe are looking for new Leaders to run our groups in Berkhamsted, Chorleywood and Bishops Stortford.
We run 16 Carer Support Hub Groups across Hertfordshire which meet once a month at regular times. We are looking for new Leaders to run our groups. We welcome applications for Joint Leaders if people want to share the role. We are looking for confident people who like working in teams and have an understanding of caring. Good communication skills are important. We would also welcome volunteers to help make drinks or greet carers at the Hub meetings.
We will support opportunities to develop your skills and experience. Training and support will be provided to help you with the role and develop your skills.
The opportunity to meet with other volunteers to share best practice and learn from each other.
Rewarding experiences which will help you to benefit carers.
What we will provide to volunteers💸 Reimbursement of costs🤝 Extra support
About Carers in Hertfordshire
Ensuring Hertfordshire's carers are identified, supported and stay well, is at the heart of our work. We give carers a voice with opportunities to meet other carers. We also enable carers to share their views or experiences with those providing or planning health and social care services in Hertfordshire.
We support carers of all ages - children and adults - if they live, work or care in Hertfordshire. Our services are provided free to carers.
We also have a Care Service in Hertsmere, Three Rivers and Watford, which involves professional Care Support Workers providing individual packages of care to people with care needs through domiciliary care or Carers' Breaks.