PSPA Open Day
|Author: Wendy Crofts||Published: 21st February 2017 13:19|
PSP (progressive supranuclear palsy) is a rare, degenerative neurological condition for which there is no cure. The PSP Association provides support and information to people living with PSP, while funding research into treatments and ultimately a cure for these conditions.
Speaking to AboutMyArea/NN12 Wendy Crofts said, "Following the successful launch of our helpline and information service, which has seen the number of callers increase on a month by month basis, we are now looking for volunteers to support this service by answering calls to the helpline during the day.
"You will be based in our offices in Towcester for a half a day a week.
"We are looking for people with exceptional listening skills, who can demonstrate empathy and are willing to learn, full training will be given and all out of pocket expenses will be met.
"If you have a few hours to spare and would like to be part of this new development or find out about other volunteering opportunities come along to our Volunteering Open Day at 167 Watling Street West (opposite Humbugs) on the 1st March 2017 between 11.00am and 2.00pm.
"Tea and cake will be available along with a warm welcome.
"If you can’t make it but think you would like to be part of this new team please give me a call on 01327 356134 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to meeting you
Volunteering Services Manager