Are you a people person, committed to the principles of dementia friendly communities?
Are you inspired at the idea of enabling people affected by dementia to access information and support, participate in stimulating sessions and connect with people who share similar experiences? If the answer is 'yes' the Lincolnshire team has a role for you.
As Group Coordinator you will plan, organise and facilitate groups which aim to inform, educate, and support those affected by dementia. Currently the role is running Dementia Cafes and working closely with the Singing for the Brain Group Coordinator, providing cover for annual leave / training etc.
You will have an NVQ level 2 or equivalent and the skills and experience to:
Communicate effectively with people affected by dementia and all stakeholders
Engage and involve participants in the design and delivery of group sessions
Organise and facilitate groups
Maintain and monitor quality
Co-ordinate and role manage volunteers
Liaise with statutory and voluntary organisations
Update the Computer Record System
If you have the qualities we are looking for, and are passionate about improving the quality of life for people with dementia, then we want to hear from you.
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