Sefton Autism Hub are looking for volunteers.
Sefton Autism hubs, located in Southport, Waterloo and Bootle, offer adults with Asperger’s or high-functioning autism the chance to socialise, gain new skills and access support around a variety of issues.
Volunteers are needed to Meet and Greet at the Hubs, providing a friendly welcome to those attending. The role can also involve helping members to take part in activities, offering motivation and encouragement.
Volunteers will be expected to assist members across the Hubs to access a variety of taster sessions offered, including:
- Healthy lifestyles
- Film making & media
- Opportunities and interests.
As a Sefton Autism Volunteer you will support members to access a range of opportunities, developing their confidence and helping them to become more independent and included in their community.
Sefton Autism volunteers can make a huge difference in improving the lives of people with autism, who often face massive barriers in being included in their local communities.
Sefton Autism volunteers are needed to support the Hubs on the following days
- Waterloo, at Sefton Carers’ Centre – Wednesday
- Southport, the Atkinson – Thursday
- Bootle, the Cedars – Friday
All Sefton Autism volunteers would receive training around their role and Autism awareness.
For anyone interested in becoming a volunteer or would like to find our more, An open day is being held at Sefton Carers’ Centre, South Road, Waterloo on Wednesday 24th May from 1pm until 3pm.
For those who can’t attend you can find out more by calling 07540 000041 – or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Sefton Carers’ Centre, is working in partnership with Autism Initiatives, Sefton Council, Mersey Care NHS, South Sefton and Southport and Formby Clinical Commissioning Groups, People First, Sefton CVS, and the Atkinson.