Not everyone has access to a car or a friendly driver to help them get to appointments. Sometimes important appointments are missed because of transport problems. As a volunteer driver you can be helping people who have no other way of getting to their appointments. The people you will help are often very grateful. You can do as many or few drives as suits you, so don’t worry about starting up your own personal taxi service!

Some of our transport users have mobility problems, so it will be helpful to know if you are able to assist with minimal help getting patients in and out of your vehicle. Manual handling training can be arranged.

What is involved?

  • To provide transport to and from health care appointments across central Exeter and the Westbank area
  • To act as ‘escort’ for elderly, frail or disabled persons
  • To liaise with the Volunteering Development Worker regarding any incidences or concerns about a patient or their volunteering
  • To attend driver induction and other appropriate training
  • To adhere to the Guidelines for Drivers
  • To keep us informed of any changed to your car insurance or driving status

For more information:

Please phone Jamie Brown or Mark Brown on tel: 01392 824752 option 2, option 1

Email:

[email protected]

[email protected]