Help enrich the lives of people with dementia

Baptistcare Volunteering, Are you a retired healthcare professional?

Help enrich the lives of people with dementia

Volunteer with Baptistcare

We are looking for volunteers who have experience providing support to people living with dementia.

Some examples of ways you can volunteer include:

  • Running a men’s shed or a music therapy program
  • Supporting hobbies such as gardening, crafts or painting
  • Making a family scrapbook or memory book.

This is a unique opportunity for you to share your interests and use your skills to have a meaningful, positive impact on the lives of people living with dementia.

Apply today

Call us on 1300 660 640

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Call 1300 660 640

“When I retired, I found out about the Music Connection program that Baptistcare was involved with and as soon as I approached them, they welcomed me with open arms.”

“Some residents, as soon as they see me, their eyes light up, there’s a big smile on their face. They connect me with I guess the joy of music. I’m free to spend as much time with a person as I want to because the residents respond so beautifully to the music.”

Ruth, Baptistcare David Buttfield Centre Volunteer

“When I retired, found out about Music Connection program that Baptistcare was involved with and as soon as I approached them, they welcomed me with open arms.”

“Some residents, as soon as they see me, their eyes light up, there’s a big smile on their face. They connect me with the joy of music. I’m free to spend as much time with a person as I want to because the residents respond so beautifully to the music.”

Ruth, Volunteer at Baptistcare David Buttfield Centre