Ways to Wellness

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Ways to Wellness is a social prescribing service for people with long-term health conditions, aged 40 to 74 years, in the west of Newcastle. Ways to Wellness provides non-medical support through Link Workers who works with clients in the areas to help support them to better manage their long-term condition.

This is an exciting opportunity to gain on-the-ground experience of working with clients receiving a community-based health service with national visibility.

Ways to Wellness is looking for a volunteer to capture approximately 10 to 20 diverse, high quality client images to be used for marketing and display purposes. This volunteer will have some experience in professional photography. The images will ideally capture our clients during activities related to our service, e.g. interacting with our staff or taking part in activities.  We will gain client consent and arrange for you to meet with them in community settings in the west of Newcastle.

We are looking for approximately two, 2-hour photography sessions during normal working hours and the necessarily additional time required in reviewing, selecting, processing and providing the photos.  We can be flexible with dates and times but ideally would like to complete this work in summer or early autumn 2017. contact Phil volunteercoordinator.union@newcastle.ac.uk for more information


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