A Co-worker’s Day
7.00am Support the residents to get up, wash, get dressed and prepare breakfast in line with their individual needs.
7.45-8.15am Breakfast; concentrating on helping others to feed themselves, and being involved in all the activities at this time of the day.
8.15-9.00am Household chores and activities with the residents.
9.05-9.30am Morning Gathering – the whole community comes together at the start of the working day for information-sharing, a reading and singing.
9.30-12.30pm Support and help residents and day students in a workshop, or preparing lunch in the house.
12.30-2.00pm Supporting the residents at home for lunch from the workshops. Sharing lunch with the residents, staff and co-workers and then washing up afterwards!
2.00-2.30pm Free time/helping prepare for events, etc.
2.30-5.00pm Support and help in the afternoon workshops.
5.00-6.00pm Helping with the preparation of supper.
6.00-7.00pm Supper together with residents, staff and co-workers.
7.00-8.00pm Evening activities or leisure time with the residents in your house.
8.00-9.00pm Quiet time and preparation for bed.
The structure of the day is more flexible at weekends, and activities are centred around the interests and wishes of the residents. This can involve time in the house, participating and enjoying a wide range of social and leisure activities across Central Scotland, or simply enjoying the grounds and surrounding countryside at Camphill Blair Drummond.
On your days off, you are free to remain at Camphill Blair Drummond or use the time to explore the wide range of leisure, cultural and historical activities in the Stirling area or further afield in Scotland.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
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- “I worked as a relief worker at Camphill then became a permanent member of staff. Camphill are my extended family and I have made some really good friends both with the residents and staff” Lynsey Strang (1:1 support worker)