Morning Tea (Community Visitors Scheme) 25/11/14

One month to Christmas and all the get-togethers are happening. This morning it was the turn of the Community Visitors Scheme for my area. It was a happy crowd that participated in a morning tea in the kitchen of a local library; there were so many other activities going on that it was the only space available. It is always good to chat to other volunteers about their experiences and hear their heart warming stories of the people they visit. Our input can truly make a difference to the life and wellbeing of a resident in an aged care facility.

If you are thinking about volunteering why not have a look at the Community Visitors Scheme web site by clicking on the link below:

Community Visitors Scheme

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About Janice Graham

I was born in England in 1938 and migrated to Australia in 1976. During my working years, along with my husband Ken, I managed a goat dairy and distribution business supplying health food products. At the same time I took up the challenge of helping build a mud brick home and lived a somewhat 'alternative' lifestyle. Since retirement I have published three e-books, two on vegetarian cookery and a collection of short stories from my younger years. My pastimes are studying the Spanish language, volunteering as a Crisis Counsellor and Community Visiting. I have been married for 54 years, have a son and a daughter and five grandchildren plus a little terrier called Sophia.

One thought on “Morning Tea (Community Visitors Scheme) 25/11/14

  1. Joan Blain

    I enjoyed the brief outline of your life. Being the enterprising lady that you are, I’m sure there are many other interesting things you could tell us about.

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