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Home-based
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Voluntary
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Job description

Why we need your help:

Since the arrival of the Covid-19 Pandemic, Bristol After Stroke has had to adapt the way we support people in Bristol and South Gloucestershire with life after Stroke. We are having to deliver some of our courses via Video Conferencing specifically ‘Zoom’ as well as our monthly ‘Stroke Café’s and some of our stroke support groups. Some of our services users may not have used this technology before, or have limited experience of using it but, want to experience the benefits of peer support or the courses that Bristol After Stroke are offering which is where the role of Video Conferencing Support Volunteer comes in.

Bristol After Stroke is an independent charity helping people in Bristol, South Gloucestershire and surrounding areas to rebuild their lives. We provide information, practical support, friendship and counselling in the months and years following a stroke. In ‘Normal’ times we would offer this support face to face however we are currently having to offer much of this now over the phone or via video conferencing. 

Role Details:

  • To offer technical support to people over the phone (in the first instance) to get them either set up on ‘Zoom’ (or other video conferencing platforms platforms) or confident using it.
  • Following initial telephone support, you will provide support through practice video conferencing sessions to help clients to become confident using this form of technology, this may be during the same session or on a mutually agreed date.
  • You will need to be clear, encouraging and patient when explaining how to use the video conferencing platform, as some of our service users may never have used this technology before.

For more information about this role and the experience that we ask a volunteer to have please look at the role description attached.

Additional documents
Volunteer Application Form (.doc)
Video Conferenceing Support Volunteer - Role Description (.docx)
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Bristol After Stroke

Bristol After Stroke is an independent local charity helping people rebuild their lives after stroke. Our services offer a uni... Read more

Refreshed on: 06 August 2020
Closing date: 20 September 2020
Tags: IT,Teaching

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