BIC and the Highland Hospice are working together
Recently BIC trustees Jenye Monkton and Angela Morrison met with Myra Duncan and Susan Smith from the Highland Hospice to discuss implementing their ‘helping hands’ service in the Black Isle. With BIC’s knowledge of potential clients and connections with local people, working together is the best way forward to ensure those with advancing illnesses gain support.
If you are interested please read the information below and get in touch.
Currently recruiting volunteers for Highland Hospice
Helping Hands Service in the Black Isle
Highland Hospice Helping Hands is a befriending service which provides social and practical support to people affected by advancing illness within their own homes. Each client is different therefore the help and support offered is tailored to their individual needs. Each volunteer delivering the service is trained and supported by Highland Hospice staff. For some clients this might be keeping them company or going out on trips whilst for others the support enables their family carers to have time to themselves knowing their loved one is being well looked after. It’s the real connection with volunteers which is at the core of this service being just what the clients and their families want and need.
The service is currently delivered in Ross-shire and we are aiming to extend the service people living in the Black Isle. Wish more information on volunteering for this role? Why not visit our Facebook page where you will find short video clips on the difference the service is making for clients, carers and their volunteers: https://www.facebook.com/HighlandHospiceHH/
Training dates for this role are: 29th March , 5th & 11th April. Volunteer packs can be found on our website: http://highlandhospice.org or by contacting me at email@example.com or 01463243132 ext 241 or 219••