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RNIB, the Royal National Institute of Blind People, is the UK's leading sight loss charity. We offer practical and emotional support to blind and partially sighted people, their families and carers ...

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Telephone Group Facilitator

Telephone Group Facilitator

Organisation role · 1–2 hrs/Week
From home
BefriendingSocial contact
People with disabilitiesHealthSocial justice
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Royal National Institute of Blind People - RNIB
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Summary

Are you a good listener? Are you able to manage group conversations and ensure people feel comfortable together and that groups run smoothly?

Detailed description

Are you a good listener? Are you able to manage group conversations and ensure people feel comfortable together and that groups run smoothly? We need you to facilitate our weekly telephone groups that offer blind and partially sighted people the opportunity to socialise with others. This is a telephone-based role that you can do from home. You will need access to a landline and/or mobile phone We ask you to commit to between 1 and 3 hours per week to facilitate Talk and Support befriending groups which will be at the same day and time each week. Each group runs for an hour.


  • Home Based: over the telephone (this role requires you to have a landline or mobile telephone)
  • This role requires 2 references
  • Effective listening skills
  • Good verbal communication skills
  • Work with wide range of people



What volunteers need

🗣️ Native language skills

What we will provide to volunteers

💸 Reimbursement of costs🤝 Extra support
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About Royal National Institute of Blind People - RNIB

RNIB, the Royal National Institute of Blind People, is the UK's leading sight loss charity. We offer practical and emotional support to blind and partially sighted people, their families and carers. We raise awareness of the experiences of blind and partially sighted people and campaign for change to make our society more accessible for all. We want to change our world so there are no barriers to people with sight loss.