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Volunteers will serve as educational ambassadors conducting educational presentations and events in the community to help person better understand the risk factors, symptoms and signs of Diabetes; why screening is important; importance of working with health care providers; benefits Medicare offers related to Diabetes; health tips and techniques; resources available in the community to prevent and manage Diabetes.
A minimum of 4 hours a month is preferred. Days and hours are flexible during regular business hours to fit volunteer's schedule. Occasional weekend opportunities.
Location: Throughout the 10 county Atlanta Region
229 Peachtree St, NE, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30303, US
The mission of the metro Atlanta RSVP program is to provide adults over the age of 55 opportunities for civic engagement and community involvement around issues related to helping older adults and people with disabilities maintain independent, healthy lifestyles and encourage sustainable lifelong communities.
RSVP Volunteers will provide outreach, education and support around issues that are vital to helping older adults maintain healthy, independent lifestyles
We'll work with your schedule.
229 Peachtree St, NESuite 100Atlanta, GA 30303
April 21, 2020