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Zahraniční EVS projekty - chystané

Opportunities for Development - Velká Británie
25. 8. 2018

Be Active, Be Creative - Portugalsko
1. 9. 2018

Beyond Borders - Litva
1. 9. 2018

Photo & Video Volunteering in Valmiera - Lotyšsko
3. 9. 2018

Equal Opportunities Through Sport - Portugalsko
1. 1. 2019

Opportunities for Development - Velká Británie
25. 8. 2018

Termín konání: 25. 8. 2018 - 25. 7. 2018

Místo konání: Godstone, Surrey and Alton, Hampshire, Velká Británie

Program, akce: Erasmus+, KA1, Evropská dobrovolná služba - dlouhodobá

Přečtěte si prosím infopack.

Tato EVS je již plně obsazena.

Pro to, abyste na tento projekt mohli jet je nutné, abyste vlastnili nejen občanský průkaz (který musíte mít ze zákona), ale také platný cestovní pas (s platností min. ještě 150 dní od datumu začátku vámi vybraného projektu).

V rámci programu ERASMUS+ jsou následující finanční specifika: v rámci všech projektů EVS je kompletně (ze 100 %) zajištěno jídlo, ubytování, aktivity, povinné pojištění u pojišťovny Cigna, jazykový kurz, místní doprava, a to vše je zcela pokryto z fondů EU programu ERASMUS+ a zařízeno organizátory. Účastníkům dále budou proplaceny cestovní náklady (v případě tohoto projektu) ve výši max. €275 z místa bydliště do místa konání projektu a zpět.

Hostitelské organizace: Treloar Trust a Orpheus centre

Navržené aktivity pro dobrovolníky:

At Treloar Trust the volunteers tasks take place at Treloar School and Treloar College, which provide education for young people with physical disabilities, many of whom have associated communication needs, sensory impairment or learning difficulties. Treloar Trust believes in a holistic approach and offers its students a very high standard of education as well as pastoral care, therapy, medical support and independence training.

Volunteers are allocated roles according to their motivations and interests. There are three main roles at Treloar Trust: 1 Supporting in Treloar School; 2 Supporting in Treloar College; 3 Supporting in the therapies departments.

Examples of tasks and activities that volunteers undertake at Treloar Trust are:

Tutor Group support: the volunteers assist students in their tutorial group, usually interacting with individual students who have additional support needs due to limited mobility, sensory impairments or communication difficulties. Volunteers help the students with daily activities such as answering e- mails, planning work, supporting with communication, providing motivational support, etc. (School or College)

Educational Sessions: Classes may consist of anything from 4 to 12 students. Volunteers work alongside the students to enhance their capacity to participate in the class by communicating with the students, supporting them in classes such as music, design, IT, photography, textiles and arts and craft, and where necessary physically acting as “the hands and voice” of the student. This may be one-to-one work, for example the volunteer may help a student to create a piece of art work through following their direction to create the student’s vision or their role in a particular lesson might be to work with a number of different students offering assistance when needed. (School or College)

Sporting Activities: Volunteers have the opportunity to assist the students and participate in a range of sporting activities that are offered by the college. For example there is a heated swimming pool specifically designed to assist with mobility, there are facilities for Boccia, wheelchair basketball, and many other sports, in all of which volunteers can be involved. (School or College)

Physiotherapy – volunteers initially observe the work of the therapists and undergo training after which they are able to assist in the sessions with the students. Volunteers also support students in the hydrotherapy area, learn about the use of wheelchairs and assist students in their safe use, observe and support students attending orthotics clinics, and assist students to stand or walk depending on their needs. Volunteers may also attend the riding stables for Riding for Disabled. Volunteers also assist staff with the sending reminders to students and general tidying up in the department. (Therapies)

Speech Therapy – Volunteers support the students in group activities, provide assistance in accessing the activity, help students in using their communication devices, act as communication role models, note down what students say and monitor progress. Volunteers also assist therapists in one-to-one sessions with individual students, providing encouragement and helping to develop communication systems. Volunteers can support in other areas of the department such as making therapy resources and workbook pages through the direction of the therapist, and in general administration. (Therapies)

Occupational Therapy –The main activity in this area is working with students in developing skills needed to live a more independent life style, so this could be shopping, household tasks, trips outside of the college, cooking etc. The volunteers support the students in Community Skills classes where they access facilities in the local area. The volunteers are also able to assist in sessions such as wheelchair driving skills practice and with hand therapy exercises. Administration tasks include filing and record keeping as well as checking and maintaining inventory of equipment and materials. (Therapies)



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