You can make a real difference to someone in 2022!
As the year comes to a close… I’m taking a few moments to reflect on the past twelve months and look ahead to the next twelve. Of course, 2020 was a disaster with the virus’s onslaught, so I was hoping to get back in the […]
An interview with Katherine Knoble, Community, and Volunteer Program Manager, Capital Caring Health One of the great joys I have is hunting for and discovering great volunteer programs. Moreover, I can tell you that I have found a great one at Capital Caring Health in […]
by Corina Sadler, CVA, Volunteer Resources Supervisor at City of Plano I just finished reading “Creating the Volun-Cheer Force: Rethinking the Way We Use Volunteers in Long-Term Care” by Paul Falkowski Ph.D. I first met Paul (virtually) when he interviewed me for the VolunCheerLeader Podcast. […]
Every possible resource will be needed to support an ever-aging population in the U.S.
Discovering the word for compassion in Hawaiian tradition…
I am thrilled to announce that “Volunteering in Long-Term Communities” volunteer training is now available online!
When you think about a volunteer what comes to your mind? I see someone who is engaged, aware of his or her community needs and committed to helping others. Not remaining mere spectators, they step up to the plate to contribute their time, skills, and […]
For the past 25 years, I have been advocating for people to visit the people living in nursing homes. So often nursing home residents do not get visitors which may lead to feelings of loneliness and uselessness. Over the last seven years I have been […]
Perceptions are everything. From my earliest days of military training to the present, I have been taught and now am teaching my own students and volunteers that perceptions powerfully influence the way people think and react. This holds true for nursing homes as well. Recruiting […]