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MOW ASSOCIATES

Meals on Wheels Volunteers deliver nutritious meals to clients assessed as needing support with nutrition.

 

Personal accomplishment, develop and enhance communication skills, learn new job skills & obtain a work routine, being involved & giving back to community.

 

Volunteer picks up meals at given time from the outlet and delivers to client in their home. 

 

Meals on Wheels are delivered Monday through Friday except for Stat holidays. Volunteers agree to scheduled route or casual assignment.  Pick up time 11:30 am 

 

Routes available in:  Humbolt, Lanigan, Nokomis, Strasbourg, Watrous and Watson. 

 

Central Parkland Lodge - Entertainment Provider

Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents
Group choirs, bands, individual piano players, piano/guitar recitals, performances, dance groups, school entertainment, old time dancing groups, hymn sing, story tellers.
 
Shifts vary dependent upon group availability:  

Central Parkland Lodge - Pet Entertainment Provider

To enhance the resident's quality of life by providing entertainment in the form of a demonstration, show or petting zoo  Volunteers must ensure the animals are under control and/or contained at all times.
 
Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents
Group choirs, bands, individual piano players, piano/guitar recitals, performances, dance groups, school entertainment   

Central Parkland Lodge - Pet Visitation Associate

Animals have been found to benefit people socially, psychologically, and physiologically.  The goals of pet visitation programs are to provide opportunities for patients to reach and maintain their optimal level of physical and mental functioning; to maintain or re-establish interests, social contacts and dignity, to alleviate anxiety and redirect attention from their own condition and try to provide an outlet for emotion; and to provide structured, meaningful daily activity.

 All dogs are to be certified and temperament tested by a Certified Pet Dog Trainer or by St. John’s Ambulance. They will be placed in areas according to their certification level.  

 Vaccinations are to be up to date prior to first animal visit o Handlers must complete all required SaskHA Registered Volunteer processes


The physical and mental ability to do the work assigned

 Refined interpersonal skills

 The willingness to accept training and supervision

 A willingness to comply with SaskHA policies and procedures

 Volunteers are to provide pet visitation only and not utilize therapy dogs as “tools” for therapy.

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 Volunteers must follow SaskHA hand hygiene protocols and infection control procedures

 Volunteers must maintain patient privacy and confidentiality

 Volunteers must follow SaskHA policies and procedures  

 

Central Parkland Lodge - Recreation Activities Asscociate

The Recreation Associate assists with various activities at the site. They encourage client's participation in activities. 

Recreation Associate are the extra pair of "helping hands" that add to the trained services of the Long-term care facility staff, working together to enhance the lives of residents

Activities include, but are not limited to:  Reading groups, puzzles, games, bingo, nail painting, going for walks, group painting, crafts, exercise programs, and special events like Christmas parties and teas. Birthday parties, volunteer group outings.

 

Shifts available Monday thru Sunday, Morning afternoon and evening 

Humboldt District Health Complex - Horticulture Provider

The Horticulture Associate will be able to bring joy to residents. They will share talents in garden, visit with elders of the community and improve the resident's outdoor experience

They assist residents in caring for the outdoor space we have during our Spring/summer/ fall season.

Duties may include:  Watering, feed, transplant plants, weed plant beds, trim/prune plants as required, maintain tidiness in garden area.

 

 

Humboldt and District Health Complex - Entertainment/Service Provider

Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents
Group choirs, bands, individual piano players, piano/guitar recitals, performances, dance groups, school entertainment, old time dancing groups, hymn sing, story tellers.
 
Shifts vary dependent upon group availability:  Monday to Sunday - afternoons and evenings  

Humboldt and District Health Complex - Volunteen Associate

his volunteer service will benefit the patients in the acute care department by promoting relationships and providing support to our health care workers and inpatients. Allows volunteers the exposure to healthcare career opportunities for consideration of their future employment.

The Volunteen needs to commit to one regular day a week for three hours. The program runs from the first week of October to the last week in May. Volunteers are not expected to report during any school holidays or final exam periods. This is not a self scheduled activity.

Shifts available :  Monday - Friday   4pm - 7 pm 

Last Mountain Pioneer Home - Church Service Ambassador

The residents enjoy many benefits of the daily activities provided by the staff and with the assistance of volunteers. The volunteer supplies that extra pair of “helping hands” that add to the trained services of the long-term care facility staff.

Church Services are offered weekly by different congregations, opportunities vary dependent on availability 

Last Mountain Pioneer Home - Entertainment Provider

Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents
Group choirs, bands, individual piano players, piano/guitar recitals, performances, dance groups, school entertainment, old time dancing groups, hymn sing, story tellers.
 
Shifts vary dependent upon group availability:  
 
Available Monday to Sunday 9:00 am - 7:00 pm 

Last Mountain Pioneer Home - Ladies Auxiliary Ambassador

Benefits to SHA clients 

The residents enjoy many benefits of the daily activities provided by the staff and with the assistance of volunteers. The volunteer supplies that extra pair of “helping hands” that add to the trained services of the long-term care facility staff.

Ongoing volunteering based on monthly activity calendar, opportunity for weekly and monthly volunteering 
Days and time vary dependent on activity scheduled
Sunday to Saturday - Morning , Afternoon and Evening   

Last Mountain Pioneer Home - Pet Entertainment Provider

To enhance the resident's quality of life by providing entertainment in the form of a demonstration, show or petting zoo. Volunteers must ensure the animals are under control and/or contained at all times.
 
Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents

 

 

Last Mountain Pioneer Home - Pet Visitation Associate

Animals have been found to benefit people socially, psychologically, and physiologically.  The goals of pet visitation programs are to provide opportunities for patients to reach and maintain their optimal level of physical and mental functioning; to maintain or re-establish interests, social contacts and dignity, to alleviate anxiety and redirect attention from their own condition and try to provide an outlet for emotion; and to provide structured, meaningful daily activity.

 All dogs are to be certified and temperament tested by a Certified Pet Dog Trainer or by St. John’s Ambulance. They will be placed in areas according to their certification level.  

 Vaccinations are to be up to date prior to first animal visit o Handlers must complete all required SaskHA Registered Volunteer processes


The physical and mental ability to do the work assigned

 Refined interpersonal skills

 The willingness to accept training and supervision

 A willingness to comply with SaskHA policies and procedures

 Volunteers are to provide pet visitation only and not utilize therapy dogs as “tools” for therapy.

 

 Volunteers must follow SaskHA hand hygiene protocols and infection control procedures

 Volunteers must maintain patient privacy and confidentiality

 Volunteers must follow SaskHA policies and procedures  

 

Last Mountain Pioneer Home - Recreation Activities Associate

The Recreation Associate assists with various activities at the site. They encourage client's participation in activities. 

Recreation Associate are the extra pair of "helping hands" that add to the trained services of the Long-term care facility staff, working together to enhance the lives of residents

Activities include, but are not limited to:  Reading groups, puzzles, games, bingo, nail painting, going for walks, group painting, crafts, exercise programs, and special events like Christmas parties and teas. Birthday parties, volunteer group outings.

Times available:  Wednesday and Thursday morning and afternoon. 

LLIF - Entertainment Provider

Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents
Group choirs, bands, individual piano players, piano/guitar recitals, performances, dance groups, school entertainment, old time dancing groups, hymn sing, story tellers.
 
Shifts vary dependent upon group availability:  

LLIF - Pet Entertainment Provider

To enhance the resident's quality of life by providing entertainment in the form of a demonstration, show or petting zoo.  Volunteers must ensure the animals are under control and/or contained at all times.
 
Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents

 

 

LLIF - Recreation Activities Associate

The Recreation Associate assists with various activities at the site. They encourage client's participation in activities. 

Recreation Associate are the extra pair of "helping hands" that add to the trained services of the Long-term care facility staff, working together to enhance the lives of residents

Activities include, but are not limited to:  Reading groups, puzzles, games, bingo, nail painting, going for walks, group painting, crafts, exercise programs, and special events like Christmas parties and teas. Birthday parties, volunteer group outings.

LLIF - Recreation Activity Provider

Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents
Group choirs, bands, individual piano players, piano/guitar recitals, performances, dance groups, school entertainment, old time dancing groups, hymn sing, story tellers.
 
Shifts vary dependent upon group availability:  

Manitou Lodge - Pet Entertainment Provider

To enhance the resident's quality of life by providing entertainment in the form of a demonstration, show or petting zoo . Volunteers must ensure the animals are under control and/or contained at all times.
 
Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents

 

 

Manitou Lodge - Recreation Activities Associate

The Recreation Associate assists with various activities at the site. They encourage client's participation in activities. 

Recreation Associate are the extra pair of "helping hands" that add to the trained services of the Long-term care facility staff, working together to enhance the lives of residents

Activities include, but are not limited to:  Reading groups, puzzles, games, bingo, nail painting, going for walks, group painting, crafts, exercise programs, and special events like Christmas parties and teas. Birthday parties, volunteer group outings.

Manitou Lodge - Entertainment Provider

Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents
Group choirs, bands, individual piano players, piano/guitar recitals, performances, dance groups, school entertainment, old time dancing groups, hymn sing, story tellers.
 
Shifts vary dependent upon group availability:  

Nokomis Health Centre - Pet Entertainment Provider

To enhance the resident's quality of life by providing entertainment in the form of a demonstration, show or petting zoo . Volunteers must ensure the animals are under control and/or contained at all times.
 
Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents

 

 

Nokomis Health Center - Pet Visitation Associate

Animals have been found to benefit people socially, psychologically, and physiologically.  The goals of pet visitation programs are to provide opportunities for patients to reach and maintain their optimal level of physical and mental functioning; to maintain or re-establish interests, social contacts and dignity, to alleviate anxiety and redirect attention from their own condition and try to provide an outlet for emotion; and to provide structured, meaningful daily activity.

 All dogs are to be certified and temperament tested by a Certified Pet Dog Trainer or by St. John’s Ambulance. They will be placed in areas according to their certification level.  

 Vaccinations are to be up to date prior to first animal visit o Handlers must complete all required SaskHA Registered Volunteer processes


The physical and mental ability to do the work assigned

 Refined interpersonal skills

 The willingness to accept training and supervision

 A willingness to comply with SaskHA policies and procedures

 Volunteers are to provide pet visitation only and not utilize therapy dogs as “tools” for therapy.

 

 Volunteers must follow SaskHA hand hygiene protocols and infection control procedures

 Volunteers must maintain patient privacy and confidentiality

 Volunteers must follow SaskHA policies and procedures  

 

Nokomis Health Center Recreation Activities Volunteer

The Recreation Associate assists with various activities at the site. They encourage client's participation in activities. 

Recreation Associate are the extra pair of "helping hands" that add to the trained services of the Long-term care facility staff, working together to enhance the lives of residents

Activities include, but are not limited to:  Reading groups, puzzles, games, bingo, nail painting, going for walks, group painting, crafts, exercise programs, and special events like Christmas parties and teas. Birthday parties, volunteer group outings.

Shifts available Sunday to Saturday 10:00 am - 7: 00 am 

Nokomis Health Centre Entertainment Provider

Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents
Group choirs, bands, individual piano players, piano/guitar recitals, performances, dance groups, school entertainment, old time dancing groups, hymn sing, story tellers.
 
Shifts vary dependent upon group availability:  
 
Shifts available Sunday to Saturday 9:00 am - 7:00 pm 

Quill Plains Centennial Lodge - Pet Entertainment Provider

To enhance the resident's quality of life by providing entertainment in the form of a demonstration, show or petting zoo.  Volunteers must ensure the animals are under control and/or contained at all times.
 
Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents

 

 

Quill Plains Centennial Lodge - Pet Visitation Associate

Animals have been found to benefit people socially, psychologically, and physiologically.  The goals of pet visitation programs are to provide opportunities for patients to reach and maintain their optimal level of physical and mental functioning; to maintain or re-establish interests, social contacts and dignity, to alleviate anxiety and redirect attention from their own condition and try to provide an outlet for emotion; and to provide structured, meaningful daily activity.

 All dogs are to be certified and temperament tested by a Certified Pet Dog Trainer or by St. John’s Ambulance. They will be placed in areas according to their certification level.  

 Vaccinations are to be up to date prior to first animal visit o Handlers must complete all required SaskHA Registered Volunteer processes


The physical and mental ability to do the work assigned

 Refined interpersonal skills

 The willingness to accept training and supervision

 A willingness to comply with SaskHA policies and procedures

 Volunteers are to provide pet visitation only and not utilize therapy dogs as “tools” for therapy.

 

 Volunteers must follow SaskHA hand hygiene protocols and infection control procedures

 Volunteers must maintain patient privacy and confidentiality

 Volunteers must follow SaskHA policies and procedures  

 

Quill Plains Centennial Lodge - Recreation Activities Associate

The Recreation Associate assists with various activities at the site. They encourage client's participation in activities. 

Recreation Associate are the extra pair of "helping hands" that add to the trained services of the Long-term care facility staff, working together to enhance the lives of residents

Activities include, but are not limited to:  Reading groups, puzzles, games, bingo, nail painting, going for walks, group painting, crafts, exercise programs, and special events like Christmas parties and teas. Birthday parties, volunteer group outings.

Quill Plains Centennial Lodge: Entertainment Provider

Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents
Group choirs, bands, individual piano players, piano/guitar recitals, performances, dance groups, school entertainment, old time dancing groups, hymn sing, story tellers.
 
Shifts vary dependent upon group availability:  Monday to Sunday  morning, afternoon and evening. 

St. Mary's Villa - Entertainment Provider

Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents
Group choirs, bands, individual piano players, piano/guitar recitals, performances, dance groups, school entertainment, old time dancing groups, hymn sing, story tellers.
 
Shifts vary dependent upon group availability:  

St. Mary's Villa - Pet Entertainment Provider

To enhance the resident's quality of life by providing entertainment in the form of a demonstration, show or petting zoo.  Volunteers must ensure the animals are under control and/or contained at all times.
 
Provider volunteers provide mental, social, emotional, and physical stimulation to residents

 

 

St. Mary's Villa - Pet Visitation Associate

Animals have been found to benefit people socially, psychologically, and physiologically.  The goals of pet visitation programs are to provide opportunities for patients to reach and maintain their optimal level of physical and mental functioning; to maintain or re-establish interests, social contacts and dignity, to alleviate anxiety and redirect attention from their own condition and try to provide an outlet for emotion; and to provide structured, meaningful daily activity.

 All dogs are to be certified and temperament tested by a Certified Pet Dog Trainer or by St. John’s Ambulance. They will be placed in areas according to their certification level.  

 Vaccinations are to be up to date prior to first animal visit o Handlers must complete all required SaskHA Registered Volunteer processes


The physical and mental ability to do the work assigned

 Refined interpersonal skills

 The willingness to accept training and supervision

 A willingness to comply with SaskHA policies and procedures

 Volunteers are to provide pet visitation only and not utilize therapy dogs as “tools” for therapy.

 

 Volunteers must follow SaskHA hand hygiene protocols and infection control procedures

 Volunteers must maintain patient privacy and confidentiality

 Volunteers must follow SaskHA policies and procedures  

 

St. Mary's Villa - Recreation Activities Associate

The Recreation Associate assists with various activities at the site. They encourage client's participation in activities. 

Recreation Associate are the extra pair of "helping hands" that add to the trained services of the Long-term care facility staff, working together to enhance the lives of residents.

Activities include, but are not limited to:  Reading groups, puzzles, games, bingo, nail painting, going for walks, group painting, crafts, exercise programs, and special events like Christmas parties and teas. Birthday parties, volunteer group outings.

On-site - 1:1 support, group activities, spiritual services/support.  Activities could include games, cards, letter writing, crafts, bingo, church services, assisting with technology or social media. Escort residents to rooms
Off-site activities/escort, assist residents at community events

Weekly/Monthly activities : times to be determined

Shifts available Sunday to Monday morning, afternoon and evening   

Mass:  Wednesday 10:30 am 

 

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