ESC volunteering with people with disabilities (Paldiski), EE

Paldiski Lääne Kodu

Paldiski, Estonia

Ansøgningsfristen er udløbet.

Beskrivelse af aktiviteten

Paldiski Lääne Home is an organisation offering service for 24 people living with mental disabilities who move independently but need assistance in daily life. Clients cook and clean the household themselves. During summer we work in the garden. Some clients love long walks at the beach and some go to work. Volunteer can assist staff members in daily activities and accompanies clients in the community events. Volunteer can organise free time activities - dance, arts, music, walking etc individually with with one client or in a group. Paldiski is near Keila and Tallinn (capital). With both cities you have good transport connection. Service duration: 1.09.2020 - 1.09.2021.

Logi, mad og transport

Volunteers will live in the organisation and they will have their own private room. All work related transport and international transport will be covered by the ESC program.

Oplæring under aktiviteten

Estonian National Agency will organise on arrival and mid term meetings.

Deltagerens profil

We wish our volunteers to have a positive outlook on life, practice empathy, and is ready to work with people living with mental disabilities. Previous experience with the target group is good but not mandatory. We need a volunteer who is open minded, social and has the courage to communicate.

Datoer for aktiviteter

I alt 51 uge(r) i perioden 01/10/2020 til 01/10/2021

Steder for aktiviteter

Lääne 25, 12123 Paldiski Estonia

Leder efter deltagere fra

Østrig, Belgien, Bulgarien, Hviderusland, Cypern, Tjekkiet, Tyskland, Danmark, Estland, Grækenland, Spanien, Finland, Frankrig, Georgien, Kroatien, Ungarn, Irland, Island, Italien, Liechtenstein, Litauen, Luxembourg, Letland, Libyen, Nordmakedonien, Malta, Nederlandene, Norge, Polen, Portugal, Rumænien, Serbien, Russian Federation, Sverige, Slovenien, Slovakiet, Tyrkiet, Ukraine, Forenede Kongerige, Det

Emner for aktiviteter

Samfundsmæssige udfordringer

Sundhed og velfærd


Ansøgningsfrist: 15/07/2020