We are a Social Enterprise (Not for Profit) delivering services which support people to live as well as their circumstances allow. We develop and deliver evidence based programmes to improve people's physical and mental health, promote wellbeing and address health inequalities by recognising the central role that the multiple dimensions of health and wellbeing play in shaping health outcomes.
AmbaCare Solutions is a Social Enterprise (Not for Profit, Voluntary Organisation) based in the West Midlands, working across the UK, delivering projects which support people to live as well as their circumstances allow. We develop and deliver evidence based programmes to support people to improve their physical, emotional and mental health, promote wellbeing and address health inequalities by recognising the central role that the multiple dimensions of health and wellbeing play in shaping health outcomes.
We are commissioned by the NHS, Local Authority, Housing Associations, Health and Social Care organisations to deliver projects which address health inequalities and support early intervention to promote health & wellbeing.
Our initiatives enable people to deal with the daily challenges they face in all aspects of their life. We encourage and support people to take responsibility for their own health, happiness and independence. We believe that everyone is unique and tailor our solutions to acknowledge and embrace diversity in a positive way, believing that we can all learn from each other.
We work with adults aged 18+ including people affected by dementia; living with long term conditions; experiencing physical and/or mental health issues; frail and/or have complex needs; isolated and/or lonely; vulnerable; informal carers. Our primary aim is to focus on interventions which have the greatest impact on avoidable illness, health protection and promotion of wellbeing and resilience to prevent or delay the dependence on statutory health and social care services.
We work primarily with individuals and communities from minority and marginalised groups. We define minority group membership as being typically based on differences in observable characteristics or practices, such as ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation or disability.
Our primary aim is to focus on interventions which have the greatest impact on avoidable illness, health protection and the promotion of wellbeing and resilience to prevent or delay dependence on statutory health and social care services.
We recognise the intrinsic link between health, wellbeing, social care and housing. We use an approach which puts responsibility for health, happiness and independence firmly in the hands of individuals and communities while recognising that many people need advice and support to achieve this.
We recognise the uniqueness of each individual and tailor our solutions to acknowledge and address ‘differences’ in a positive way. We have a diverse approach to diverse groups resulting in tailor made solutions.
We deliver projects which promote wellbeing to create thriving and empowered communities, supporting individuals to achieve this. We work in partnership with organisations to ensure that people are fully supported in achieving all aspects of wellbeing including access to basic resources
AmbaCare Solutions delivers projects which encourage and facilitate individuals and communities to take responsibility for their own health and wellbeing by
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Our work would simply not be possible without our amazing volunteers. You can help us change lives right now – and develop valuable skills and friendships along the way.
Please note: following the Government's updated advice on Coronavirus (Covid-19), we are now recruiting and training our volunteers to deliver our initiatives face to face. It is more important than ever that we are able to continue to provide support to people who are facing ongoing difficulties because of the pandemic in particular the social isolation and loneliness faced by many and the incredible strain placed on Carers.
Role: Dementia Buddy (Voluntary)
Hours: Flexible with a minimum 2 hours per week
Closing date: Rolling
Interview date: TBC
If you have any ideas for raising funds to help us continue to provide support and training or want to get involved in our activities please contact us