Volunteering in Sarnia-Lambton

VOLUNTEERING: A Great Way To Grow

County of Lambton - Long Term Care Division


Petrolia / Sarnia / Forest, Ontario


Contact Name: Lee Ann Woollings
Website: www.lambtoncares.ca
Phone: 519-381-8185
Fax:
Email: leeann.woollings@county-lambton.on.ca

Services

The County of Lambton is a leading provider of Long-Term Care, built on a 50-year history of helping adults live life to the fullest.  We believe that everyone should be able to live in a Home where they are valued, can live with dignity, and have the opportunity to remain a vital part of the community. Known for quality care, exceptional service and dedicated employees, we proudly offer three well established Long-Term Care Homes, as well as two Adult Enrichment Centres offering day programs for dependent adults who live at home. Surround yourself with neighbours who feel like family, and staff who go out of their way to make each day special, and a welcoming atmosphere.

Volunteer Roles

To get the most out of your volunteer experience we encourage you to pursue your interests and challenge yourself by trying new activities. You can choose from volunteer opportunities in a variety of areas that match your interests and skills. Some of the areas volunteers are utilized in are listed below: Social and Recreation Programs Community Outings Friendly Visitor Bartender Dining Companion – meal time and eating assistance Spiritual Services Gardening Program Porter Community Outings Pet Therapy Visitor Musical Entertainer Tuck Shop/ Tuck Cart Walking Assistant Computer Assistant Hair Salon Porter Reading Companion There is something for everyone on our team!  New positions may be created; just ask the Volunteer Coordinator about the many possibilities.

Volunteer Opportunities

Auxiliary Members Needed

Posted on February 13th, 2018

The Manor Auxiliary is currently looking for members to join the team. Members attend a monthly meeting, assist with activities in the Home, assist with fundraising and work in the tuck shop.  For more information: please call Marg Maltin President 519-542-8296 or Lee Ann Woollings 519-381-8185

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