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Duties: Short-term projects may be performed individually or as a group on a one-day or one-weekend basis. Tasks include such things as planting or planning a garden, winterizing a home, cleaning up debris, painting, minor repairs, various tasks related to the Aging in Place Forum (set-up, clean-up, serving meal, greeting speakers/attendees, manning tables, etc.).
Qualities, experience, and skills needed by volunteers: Compassion, patience, reliability, specific skills related to task; familiarity with older people a plus.
Location where volunteer(s) will work: At resident’s home.
When will volunteer(s) work? Schedule and activities will be determined by the Aging in Place task force coordinator and the senior, with oversight from the AIP task force coordinator.
Length of commitment expected of volunteer: 1 day or 1 weekend.
Assignment is a one-time event.
Benefits or considerations offered volunteer: Satisfaction of improving the quality of life of Cumberland’s older residents.
Location, time, date of volunteer training/orientation: Held prior to assignment, location TBA.
Who will provide the training? Health & Socialization Committee
How long will it take? 30 minutes
Who will be responsible for volunteer time sheets? AIP Volunteer Coordinator
Name of person supervising volunteer: AIP Volunteer Coordinator
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FMI: Call AIP Cumberland at 207-829-2205, ext. 346 or email AIP@cumberlandmaine.com.