Volunteer Opportunities for All Ages

Looking for a way to give back and stay connected in your community? Get in touch with The Senior Source to find out more about the opportunities below.

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Volunteer Programs

Opportunities For All Ages

Individuals, families, and groups are all encouraged to join us and make a difference in the lives of older adults today.

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Friendly Visitor Program

Friendly Visitors are compassionate individuals and groups who engage in fun and meaningful activities with residents living in long-term care facilities to build social connections and to enrich their lives. Our mission is to help combat the isolation and loneliness that is so prevalent in nursing homes and assisted living facilities in our Dallas County (Texas) service area.

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Money Management

Money Management offers volunteer opportunities for you to use skills you have learned in business or in managing a home to help vulnerable older adults in our community remain independent as long as possible.

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Older adults who are no longer able to make decisions for themselves are at risk for abuse, neglect, or exploitation. In that situation, a court may appoint a guardian to manage a senior’s affairs. The Senior Source’s Guardianship Program assists seniors and their families to preserve the health and well-being of vulnerable seniors who require guardianship.


Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program

Vulnerable seniors living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities rely on ombudsmen to listen to their concerns and advocate on their behalf. If you are 21 years or older and have the time and concern, there’s a resident waiting for you.

There is always a need for more volunteers to meet the needs of frail elderly in nursing homes. You can help by becoming a volunteer ombudsman!

  1. Be a Facebook Contributor: Help cultivate our caregiver community by engaging members, fostering a sense of community, and providing a safe space for expression and support by posting words of encouragement, resources on Facebook within our caregiver community. Training and materials will be provided.
  1. Speaker’s Bureau: Provide presentations to various community organizations, churches, social clubs, and other relevant groups educating them about The Caregiver Support Programs services. Training and materials will be provided.
  2. Community Outreach: Promote awareness of the Caregiver Support Program within our community by overseeing a vendor table at local health/resource fairs, distributing program materials to churches, senior centers, social groups, and relevant organizations serving older adults, and helping the Caregiver Support Team during community events hosted by The Senior Source. Training and materials will be provided.

    Email CSP@TheSeniorSource.org for more information.
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