Caring and Sharing Association

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Basic Information

Address: 15 ard Na Mara, Malahide,Co.Dublin, Ireland
Phone Number: (00353) 18454843
Fax Number: (00353) 18454841
Director: Mary O'Donoghue

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Additional Information

Causes Served: Respite centre for people with various disabilities
Clearances Required: Yes
Background Check: Yes
Population Served: 6
Ages for Volunteer: 19 and above
Hours of Service: 6 months to a year
Languages: english
Experience Required:

Must be kind, caring, patients, a good listner, have good communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team.

Programs Open To: All ages
Travel Arrangements:

All volunteer to pay for their own flights too and from Ireland and for their health insurance.

Application Process:

Go Onto our website and fill in the application form and email it back to us.

Visa Requirements:

Were a visa is required CASA provide a cover letter for immigration purposes.

Program Highlights:

Socialising with the membres, taking them out on day trips e.g. going to the cinema, having a meal at a restaurant, going bowling, swimming, shopping, visiting museums.

Mission Statement:

To provide the best possible respite care to our members. To ensure that each member feels welcomed and  enjoy their break.
To enable the family members to have a break.

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

The CASA Break House has been opened for 25years and provide respite for people with various disability and various ages.We run Respite breaks three times a month giving our members a 3/4 night break on a one to one basis. Apart from our members getting a break their family members then also have time to give other members of their family time or just take a break.

Program History:

Caring and Sharing Association (CASA) is a charity run organisation that provide respite breaks for our members. CASA as members throughout Ireland.

Social Networks:

We have an addition keep in touch program, whereby volunteers go out and visit the members in their own home or take them out for a day trip.