A report has found that volunteering can play a vital role in improving the working and living environment for care home staff and residents.
Reimagining social care – the role of active citizenship has been authored by Dr Julie MacInnes, senior research fellow at the University of Kent, and Dr Allison Smith, head of research & insight at volunteering charity Royal Voluntary Service, in partnership with Anchor, England’s largest not-for-profit provider of housing and care for older people.
The report shows that well-designed volunteer roles can have significant benefits for residents, their family, and staff.
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Care Home Environment source: https://www.thecarehomeenvironment.com/story/40350/new-report-shows-benefits-of-care-home-volunteering?utm_source=The%20Care%20Home%20Environment&utm_medium=General%20News&utm_campaign=2767
Visit https://www.royalvoluntaryservice.org… for more information and to download the report.