[JASON] Valley Mountain Regional Center
Valley Mountain Regional Center
Through the Foster Grandparent and Senior Companion Program, people age 55 and older provide assistance, friendship and mentoring to developmentally disabled children or adults in either a school or day program. Foster Grandparent and Senior Companions usually serve two to four consumers on a weekly basis, serving 20 hours a week. If you are interested in being a Foster Grandparent or Senior Companion, you must meet income eligibility requirements, and for your time you will receive a tax-free stipend to offset the cost of volunteering. Other benefits include reimbursement for transportation, meals during service, an annual physical, and accident and liability insurance while on duty. Pre-Service and monthly training sessions provided.
Many Foster Grandparent and Senior Companions serve individuals for several years and form the most meaningful friendships in their lives. Please contact us to find out how you can make a difference in someones life!
Terms: Volunteer must be at least 55 years of age, Volunteer must meet income eligibility requirement, Volunteer serves 20 hours a week for a year
Benefits: Meals, Accident / Liability, Medical Exams, Transportation Costs, Stipend, Training
About Valley Mountain Regional Center
702 North Aurora Street, P.O. Box 692290, Stockton, CA 95269, US
Helping people with developmental disabilities reach their maximum potential
Help Adults in Need of Extra Assistance
The Foster grandparent and senior companion Programs, serve children or adults who have a developmental disability. As a volunteer, you must be 55 years or older and on a limited income. You assist two consumers 20 hours per week. You receive a tax-free stipend, which will not affect your social security, Medi-cal, etc. Other benefits include meal and transportation reimbursement, an annual physical, paid vacation and sick leave and accident and liability insurance while on duty. Pre-Service and monthly training sessions provided.