Visiting patients in their homes to provide support of their therapy, as prescribed by a palliative care professional and within the scope of the volunteers training and competencies.
Completion of visiting records and documentation of activities underttaken with patient/carer.
Working closely with a supervising health professional.
Engaging with patients, their carere, and the team.
Following the project's guidelines/procedures.
Opportunity to help people to improve and make the most of their lives despite having a terminal illness.
Opportunity to give back to the community in a direct and meaningful way.
Get job references and develolp a portfolio of skills and training gained.
Travel expenses paid (TFL zones 1-6)
Learn and develop new skills
Gain experience of working in a caring profession.
Friendly and approachable person who is able to get on well with people of different backgrounds.
Caring person who is committed to help improve patients quality of life.
Be able to work in a professional manner with patients who have a terminal illness.
Ability to complete patient files and other written documents as instructeed.
Be enthusiastice to learn and practice new skills.
Be reliable and flexible.
Be able to speak and read/write English.
The Museum of Brands is a small, friendly museum of consumer culture in West London. We are looking for Volunteer Session Leaders to support our Living Brands Programme, which is designed for people living with or affected by dementia.