Each participant will complete the World of Work Inventory. This assessment helps individuals evaluate what is important in their future work. During the workshop, discussion will focus on how the information relates to career choices. Labor statistics and alternatives to traditional college will also be discussed.
This two hour workshop provides an opportunity to learn more about the vocational rehabilitation services available in the state of Maine. If you have any disability or think you might have one and want to work, but can’t because of the disability, please attend this workshop to learn more about what might be available to help you get to work.
No cost but pre-registration is required.
Learn the ins and outs of this challenging career from someone who knows the career first hand! This course is 180 hours long with lecture, lab, and clinical experiences at two local nursing homes and the hospital. There are prerequisite reading and math assessments that need to be completed prior to enrolling which can be taken Monday-Wednesday from 8:30am - 11:30am or Tuesday-Wednesday from 5pm-8pm.
There is MANDATORY orientatio for this class TBD February 2020.
Do you want to make a difference in the lives of hospice patients facing the end-of-life, and their families? Androscoggin Home Healthcare and Hospice, a non-profit organization, is looking for hospice volunteers to join the hospice team, providing companionship to patients and respite for family members. In the training you will learn about the history and philosophy of hospice, family dynamics, spirituality, communication, the adult disease process and other end-of-life issues. The training includes both classroom time and on-line training. Volunteers are asked to make a 1-year commitment 2-4 hours per week. You can make a difference. Start today!