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GFStrong Volunteer

RE:  Stroke Recovery Association of BC

WANTED

Volunteer for the Community Office at GF Strong Rehabilitation
Centre in Vancouver, BC, for Stroke Recovery Association of BC

GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre is British Columbia's largest rehabilitation
centre. GF Strong provides services to people who have Acquired Brain Injury,
many of whom have had a stroke.
• Through its local Stroke Recovery Branches, Stroke Recovery Association of
BC (SRABC) is committed to assisting stroke survivors and their caregivers
throughout the province to improve their overall quality of life.
• The Community Office at GF Strong provides a link for people attending the
Rehabilitation Centre with community organizations who can provide support
in their home community. The office is currently shared with BC Paraplegic
Association.
• Orientation to Stroke Recovery Association of BC and GF Strong Rehabilitation
Centre and training will be provided.
• Times: Mondays 1-5 p.m. and Fridays 1-4 p.m.
Purpose:
• To provide stroke survivors and their families and supporters with
information about services provided by Stroke Recovery Association of BC
Duties:
• Set up the working area in the office
• Keep a stock of appropriate information materials on hand
• Answer email, phone and personal enquiries from people wanting
information about stroke recovery
• Pass on information and questions to the SRABC head office
• Refer people to a branch of Stroke Recovery Association of BC
• Liaise with staff at GFS and provide information about services provided
by SRABC
Skills needed:
• Able to work independently
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Able to build a positive relationship with stroke survivors and their families
and supporters
• Able to maintain confidentiality


To apply or for more information please contact SRABC



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