Nestled just a stones throw from the centre of the historic city of Canterbury, Connors House specialises in dementia care and provides accommodation for up to 46 older people all of whom are encouraged to furnish and decorate their rooms to their own taste.
Connors House also provides short term respite care, giving both the residents and their carer a chance to relax and recharge their batteries.
Do you have some free hours each week?
Would you like to befriend someone or do you have a skill or hobby you would like to share?
Volunteering can make a real difference to your own life and the lives of those around you.
If you join us as a volunteer at one of our services you could find yourself doing anything from helping with morning coffee, playing bingo, enjoying board games, chatting with or reading to our residents, reminiscing with them, feeding their animals or pottering round our gardens.
The list of things to do and enjoy is almost endless and so are the benefits as volunteering is something you can do either with family or friends or on your own, somewhere where you will get to meet some really great people, get valuable training and gain experience that gives you confidence. On top of all of that you will develop both a professional and a social network of people who will make you feel part of something really special.
Volunteering is an opportunity to do something you are passionate about, helping other people.
Our Volunteers are special - come and join us today - be one of our special people too.
If you have any questions about volunteering with us or if you would like to discuss the various ways you could volunteer to help us to maintain the enriched, fulfilled and happy lives of the people we support, please feel free to contact Connors House on 01227 769774.
Otherwise and to apply, please click on the apply now button and complete the online form.
Confirmation of all voluntary appointments is subject to proof of Eligibility to Live and Work in the UK, a satisfactory Enhanced DBS clearance and satisfactory references
Rapport Housing and Care offers Supported and Residential Care to older people with physical frailty and Dementia across Kent.
Rapport Housing and Care values the diversity that exists in all our communities and works towards this being reflected in our workforce.
Charity No: 254140