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Live Well befriender: south, west and mid-Wales

Provide support and friendship to deaf people and people with tinnitus and hearing loss through befriending via telephone, video calls or face-to-face visits. What you’ll be doing As a Live Well befriender, you will: Call or visit service users at a regular time each week for a period of 10 weeks provide essential companionship for those who have problems leaving their homemake service users feel valued and knownlisten and chat to the service usershare your own experiences (if you have this) of deafness,...

Hearing aid hero volunteer – Hull and the East Riding

Provide support and advice to hearing aid users at our Hear to Help drop-in clinics, helping them with basic maintenance of their hearing aids and battery replacement. What you’ll be doing As a hearing aid hero volunteer, you will: As Hearing Aid Hero, you’ll perform the following tasks: Undertake basic maintenance on hearing aids such as re-tubing, fault finding and battery replacementSignpost other agencies that may be beneficial to the service user, such as the Sensory Impairment TeamMonitor the number of visits carried...

Volunteering data administrator – Hull and the East Riding

Assist with data administration at RNID. \r\nLocation can be fixed within a drop-in clinic setting setting or home based.Various locations available at:\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nHU3HU5HU6HU7HU8HU9HU16HU17HU18HU19YO25.\r\n", "_where": "field_5e594410be7b0", "geolocation": false, "_geolocation": "field_5e59441fbe7b2" }, "align": "", "mode": "edit", "wpClassName": "wp-block-acf-rnid-opportunity" } /--> What you’ll do As a data input volunteer, you will: Accurately transfer data and...