Could you be a Mentor?

We are currently recruiting new volunteer Mentors in the Essex area.

What do Mentors do?

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Our volunteer Mentors work throughout Essex.Mentors support disabled people and those with long-term health conditions to increase their levels of independence and become more empowered.Most mentors provide moral support with finding and accessing local activities, like college courses, voluntary work or social activities.

Volunteers might also support people to share an old hobby or discover new interests.These are great ways to meet new people, access the community and build confidence.

Volunteers with a disability or health condition might offer additional support by sharing their knowledge and life experience with someone with a similar impairment.

Volunteers support clients fortnightly, for as little as two months or as much as two years.

Find out more

Get in touch today to find out more about being a Mentor with ecdp.

Call Cheryl on 01245 392300

Email Cheryl at insight@ecdp.co.uk

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