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Volunteer appeal for care homes project in south Warwickshire

WCS Care chief executive Christine Asbury chats to Mary Edwards, who lives in a WCS care home in Rugby.

WCS Care chief executive Christine Asbury chats to Mary Edwards, who lives in a WCS care home in Rugby.

Volunteers are needed to help two charities collate feedback on the experiences of people living in care homes in Leamington, Warwick and Stratford.

WCS Care, which runs ten homes in Warwickshire, and the county’s Age UK branch are hoping to improve residents’ quality of life through the project, during which the volunteers will work in pairs. Training and expenses will be provided.

WCS’s chief executive Christine Asbury said: “Our intention is for the volunteers to blend in and use their own life experience to relate to the residents’ perspective of life in our homes.”

To apply for a volunteer role, call 458112 or email jo@ageukwarks.org.uk

 

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