Case Study: Volunteers Save Seniors From Falls, Evictions

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At Na Hoaloha in Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, one staff member and a team of volunteers are working to help elders, or kupuna, in the community stay home safely.

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  1. willie alston says:

    I am a long term care ombudsman that work with Ombudsman volunteers. I’d be interested in learning more about how to use volunteers more effectively. My challenges are mostly how to keep volunteers and how to empower them with more responsibility so that the I can add more volunteers to my department. Supervising the volunteers is one of my duties and I’m afraid that I’ll have to stop recruiting more volunteers because I can not manage a larger group. I am very interested in developing Team Leaders and would welcome ideas on this matter.

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