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Students urged to visit health trust staff

A Doncaster-based health trust is attending a local college and urging students with learning or physical disabilities to go along and see them.

Volunteering staff from Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) will be attending Doncaster College and University Centre, The Hub, Chappell Drive, on Wednesday March 27 between 2.30pm and 5.30pm.

The team is looking for students who potentially want to volunteer for the health trust and are urging them to visit on the day.

Carol Bowyer, RDaSH’s Voluntary Services Manager, said: “Please come along and bring your friends or parents and see the wide range of volunteering opportunities we have at our Trust.

“Volunteering is great to gain experience to help you get the job you want or to put on your CV or college and university applications.”

Joanne Greaves, High Needs Students Key Worker at Doncaster College and University Centre, said: “’It is great to have such fantastic volunteer opportunities for our students with additional needs. Carol and her team provide safe, engaging and very worthwhile placements, while meeting individual needs. It has been great to work with Carol and the Trust.”

RDaSH has around 150 committed volunteers who work across Doncaster, Rotherham and Scunthorpe, supporting patients and their carers.