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Driver Escorts

We need volunteers to assist in transporting older people and people with disabilities who are unable to drive themselves to various appointments or activities.

Individuals who can commit to driving older people with disabilities to:

Medical appointments including dialysis or radiation treatments

Shopping or recreational activities

Volunteers who are committed to helping older people and people with disabilities stay independent. Driver escorts must be age 18 and older with a valid driver’s license, good driving record, and proof of insurance.

Rides are scheduled at the ADRC office and volunteers are called in advance to pick riders up at their homes, drop them off at their destinations and return them home again. Volunteers use their own vehicles and mileage is reimbursed.

Home Delivered Meals & Senior Dining Centers

Help is needed to ensure that older people get the nourishment they need to stay well.

Home-Delivered Meals: Volunteer drivers use their own vehicles to deliver healthy noon meals to older people in their homes.
Senior Dining Center: Volunteers help with packaging home-delivered meals, serving, and clean-up of the noon meal at one of the senior dining centers in the area.

Volunteers who enjoy being with and helping older people. Home-delivered meal drivers must have a valid driver’s license, good driving record, and proof of insurance.

Staff set up volunteer schedules in advance based on your availability. Volunteer drivers will be given a route and meals to distribute. Mileage can be reimbursed.

Wellness & Prevention

Prevention Programs provide an opportunity for older people and people with disabilities to get the education and support that they need to live health and independently.

Wellness Ambassadors: Volunteers to help spread the word about upcoming programs and keep us connected in local communities.
Volunteer Leaders: Individuals who are willing to be trained to lead various Prevention programs to small groups in the area.

Volunteers who are committed to helping others make changes in their lives to stay strong and live healthy.

Programs are scheduled in advance through the ADRC. Ambassadors then work with staff to promote and recruit program participants. Leaders, once trained, will be paired with another leader to teach their program.

Adult Day Center (Green County)

Green County’s adult day center provides a safe environment for older people who are looking for an opportunity to socialize, but need some assistance during the day, while others are working or need a break from caregiving.

Volunteer assistants:  to help with or lead activities, assist with meal time, and provide companionship to those attending the center during the day.

Bus Assistants: Volunteers to ride the bus to monitor and ensure the safety of program participants to and from the center.

Anyone with an interest in brightening the day of an older person.

Staff set up schedules in advance based on your availability.

Other Opportunities

Please note that other volunteer opportunities may come up that may not be listed here, as we are always finding new ways to utilize volunteer talents. Please call and inquire about other aging and disability related opportunities or contact your local ADRC for more information.

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