Volunteer at BCAS

BCAS - Volunteer Catherine StoneWhy Volunteer at BCAS?

People volunteer with BCAS for many reasons. It may be to gain experience in order to help towards finding a job in a similar field, or it may be because of simple interest in what we do and willingness to offer some free time.

The Role of Volunteers at BCAS

We aim to provide work for volunteers that we would otherwise be unable to do so that the experience for people who use the service can be enriched. Much of the work is non face-to-face work to support the service behind the scenes. We hope that in return, we can offer a friendly environment with opportunities to find out more about AAC, with the added satisfaction of improving someone’s AAC experience.

The main roles of the volunteer at BCAS are:

  • Programming Devices
  • Developing Resources
  • Meeting and Greeting Clients
  • Communication Partner Work

Commitments

We ask that volunteers offer at least half a day a week, for 6 months.

To find out more about Volunteering for BCAS download:

To find out about volunteering opportunities contact the office on 0117 414 5850 or email cacadmin@nbt.nhs.uk