Volunteer Opportunity Brings Satisfaction of Helping Others

By Cherrie Nutley, SWODA Ombudsman Supervisor — Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity with flexible hours, training, support and the satisfaction of helping others? Become a Certified Ombudsman Volunteer! You can help ensure the rights, dignity and quality of care for residents of long-term care facilities through complaint investigation, resolution and advocacy for improvements. Volunteers advocate for residents who are aging and disable who live in long-term care facilities. As a volunteer, you will visit one facility of your choice. It is a great way to create new relationships. For more information about volunteering or if you’re interested in…

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