The missions of the Protection of Childhood and Adolescence in the Drôme are: • to protect, assist and educate children, teenagers and young adults in difficulty or in danger for any reason • to aware the public opinion of the problems of these young people in order to promote their development and their social integration • to encourage their expression and facilitate their communication with their environment • to create, manage and develop the facilities and services to fulfill those missions The volunteer is the person who brings added quality to the Home’s educational programme. When he is with his group of children as they go about daily life, the volunteer is the one who will help them and play with them, who will talk to them individually and in whom the adolescents will confide, the one who takes the time and doesn’t enter into conflicts in situations in which the professional staff member has regulations that he must make the children adhere to.
The Residence Sainte-Anne d’Auray offers to people aged over 60 having or not Alzheimer’s disease and their families (living in Châtillon or in surrounding cities) a personalized answer to their expectations: permanent residence, temporary accommodation, day care, nursing services at home... The goal of this set of diversified, graduated and personalized services is to promote coherent accompaniment (on a non-stop basis or not) in a medicalized environment. The volunteer will be associated to a professional team and will participate to the assistance to the elderly persons for the daily activities, in various recreational activities (walks, cultural visits…) and for the preservation of a pleasant environment (tidy up…). In general, he will contribute to the well-being of the elderly persons. The volunteer will also participate to the creation of intercultural exchanges with the residents and will use his time to dialogue with the elderly persons.