Leisure Companions for persons living with an acquired brain injury

During COVID-19, 1-1 client and caregiver services will be restricted to over the phone, video conferencing through Google Hangouts, or email.

Brain Care Centre is recruiting male volunteers to visit Brain Care Centre’s clients in St. Albert that are living with a traumatic brain injury in their home or community and provide companionship, support and socialization. Activities may include playing card games, going for walks, reading, socializing, running errands, going to the gym, etc. The volunteer plays a fundamental role in contributing to the participant’s cognitive and social well being.


Volunteers must be over the age of 18, and be willing to complete a Police Record Check. 


For more information, check Brain Care Centre's website:

https://www.braincarecentre.com/volunteer/


Contact:

tilynn@braincarecentre.com | P: (780) 477-7575 ext. 113


To apply:

https://www.braincarecentre.com/volunteer/volunteer-with-brain-care-centre/

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