Diakoniewerk Simeon – Berlin

ASF volunteer Lotte on a walk with some clients of the Diakoniewerk Simeon. Photo: ASF/H. Schätzle

Diakoniewerk Simeon is a social, non-profit organization that supports and advocates for those in need. Around 1,500 employees work under the umbrella of Diakoniewerk Simeon at almost 90 locations in Berlin and Brandenburg for and with people with disabilities, elderly or homeless. As a ASF volunteer you assist in a Day Centre that offers services for people with disabilities; e.g. creative, sports and craft activities.

Impressions and tasks of ASF volunteers

ASF volunteer Evgeniia at Simeon. Image: ASF/R. Zuntz
Volunteer Lotte preparing food. Image: ASF/H. Schätzle
Freetime activities at Simeon. Image: ASF/R. Zuntz
You live together with fellow volunteers in a shared flat. Photo: ASF/Helena Schätzle
Shared flat in Berlin. Image: ASF/R. Zuntz
ASF volunteers at Alexanderplatz in Berlin, Germany. Photo: ASF/Ruthe Zuntz

In the Diakoniewerk Simeon, ASF volunteers are helping to support various daytime activities for people withe disabilities.

Your tasks:

  • Day services for people with intellectual and / or mental disabilities
  • Assistance with meals
  • Assistance with creative, sports and craft activities
  • Collaboration in the group and with individuals.

Your accomodation in Berlin:

Your are living together with other ASF volunteers in a shared flat in the centre of Berlin.

More information about Diakoniewerke Simeon (in German) here.

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