Ref: V044 | Hull (various locations)

We’re looking for one Exercise Group Supporter to assist the service coordinator to run the group, which will help people become more active and help lower their risk of having a stroke or TIA. 

The volunteer will be required one day per week for six weeks, three times per year. Three hours per week during blocks. The exact dates and location is to be arranged.

The Exercise Group Supporter will:

  • Have an interest in physical activity and have a relatively good level of fitness yourself.
  • Be comfortable explaining and demonstrating, basic exercise routines in a clear and understandable manner.
  • Enjoy working with groups of people.
  • Be approachable and able to motivate people to get involved with the group’s activities.

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is required for this role.

The Hull Stroke Prevention service works with people who are at risk of having a stroke or ‘mini-stroke’ (Transient Ischaemic Attack or TIA). Part of the support offered by the service is a chair-based exercise group that runs in blocks of six weeks. 

Interested in this role?

Find out more by downloading the role description for the Exercise Group Supporter role.

If you are interested in this role please complete our application form and send it to sally.welch@stroke.org.uk

We want to reduce barriers to inclusion. Help us understand who’s applying for and getting roles with us by completing our equal opportunities form and emailing it to equalops@stroke.org.uk. This helps us continue to identify anything that’s getting in the way for people looking to join us. This information does not form part of your application, so please don’t send it with your application form.

If would like further information on any aspects of our work, then please contact Sally Welch, Stroke Association Support Coordinator, on 01430 871728 or sally.welch@stroke.org.uk

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Stroke Association. Rebuilding lives after stroke.

When stroke strikes, part of your brain shuts down. And so does a part of you. That’s because a stroke happens in the brain, the control centre for who we are and what we can do. It happens every five minutes in the UK and changes lives instantly. Recovery is tough, but with the right specialist support and a ton of courage and determination, the brain can adapt.

We believe everyone deserves to live the best life they can after stroke. And it’s a team effort to get there.

We provide specialist support, fund critical research and campaign to make sure people affected by stroke get the very best care and support to rebuild their lives.

Every five minutes, stroke destroys lives. Help us rebuild them and join our team.

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