68 people are interested
Program Support Aide
ORGANIZATION: The Douglas Center
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68 people are interested
We are seeking volunteers to assist trained staff members in helping adults with disabilites with a variety of skills as well as participating in outings and activities. These skills may include practicing social skills, time management, money management and various work related skills. You will work under the guidance and supervision of a trained staff member. This volunteer service can be completed during the hours of 9:00 am and 2:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Volunteers are required to do a minimum of 60 hours or 6 months of volunteer time. We do not offer short-term volunteer hours.
The Douglas Center, a non-profit organization located in Skokie, IL, provides community day services for individuals, ages 18 to 80+, with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities. The Douglas Center offers in-house work opportunities as well as job-readiness training, developmental rehabilitation, volunteer opportunities and therapeutic and social groups for adults of all ages.
If you are looking for a rewarding volunteer opportunity, please contact Elizabeth C. Kristiansen via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call call 847-674-1921 to speak with Anna O'Dwyer.
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About The Douglas Center
3445 Howard Street, Skokie, IL 60076, US
At The Douglas Center we are devoted to providing the best possible environment for our intellectually/ developmentally disabled participants to engage in social interaction with others, volunteering in the community, outings, therapeutic groups and to increase vocational skills. We need the help of dedicated volunteers who are socially interactive and are dedicated to aiding others to achieve all of these things.
We are a community day services program for adults with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities. We teach daily living skills, social skills, community skills and work skills. Our purpose is to teach the clients to be as independent as they can be.
Volunteers are needed to help in numerous ways ranging from leading activities for the clients (job skills, reading, social skills) to assisting staff with arts, crafts to exercise and music.
3445 Howard StreetSkokie, IL 60076
April 11, 2023
- People Skills
- Special Needs
- Relationship Building
- Literacy / Reading
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- A few hours each week or few hours twice a month