Day Away holds Volunteer Tea




The Day Away Program celebrated National Volunteer Week, by treating all their volunteers to a “Tea” at the Minot Sleeper Library. Libby Danahy provided a backdrop of piano music. Specialty teas were served by steering committee members, and a wide variety of food was enjoyed by all. National Volunteer Week occurs annually for one week in April. Organizations across the USA plan special volunteer work projects and recognize their volunteers, who contribute so much to the success of their programs.The Day Away Program is privileged to have such a great group of talented volunteers. Volunteers serve in many capacities: being a one on one companion, helping with exercise, arts & crafts, meals, special events, fundraising, steering committee members, leading music, bringing their therapy dogs, and much more. If you would like to join us as a volunteer, sharing your talents and bringing joy to our participants and families, call Fran Olson 744-6828 volunteer tea

About Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's or Dementia

Respite for Family/Caregivers Day Away is a great way for caregivers to take a break. Day Away is designed to provide a safe and comfortable atmosphere for our participants to help maintain their independence, encourage socialization, be mentally stimulated and remain active. We want to lighten your load. Trained volunteers and an RN director are here to provide 1-1 supervision for your loved one. The day passes quickly and is filled with failure-free activities and much joy for both the participants and volunteers. Day Away is nondenominational and open to all families and caregivers who feel the need for respite and relief from constant care and responsibility.
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1 Response to Day Away holds Volunteer Tea

  1. Nellie Garden says:

    Our participants enjoy their Day Away, and their caregivers do as well, Nel G

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