Specifically we are seeking the following.

Volunteers needed to train as advisers 

Our work is based around being able to offer accurate up to date information and help with the problems and issues that the disabled, elderly and carers present with (the bulk of our work is around supporting people to access the welfare system) at the drop-in centre.

Whatever the issue even if it is outside our wheelhouse we will endeavour to get the  person signposted to the solution or help they seek.

Full training is provided for this role and no previous experience is necessary for this  rewarding role although previous experience around disability and the social care system is advantageous .

Roles within NDI are DBS (Formally known as CRB) checked.

Local travel expenses are paid to volunteers.


For further information please contact Mr Sean Kelly or Jacque Reeve at

team@nailseadisability.org and on   07411042961

About Nailsea Disability Initiative:

Nailsea Disability Initiative is based in Nailsea, North Somerset and the charity is run entirely by a group of friendly, hardworking volunteers. We hold a vast amount of information about products and services relevant to the groups we support and offer either a drop-in centre for clients with quick enquires or we can book appointments for more in-depth assistance.

We offer free information and advice about benefits and grants and can assist clients in completing benefit applications for Personal Independence Payment, Disabled Living Allowance, Employment Support Allowance, Universal Credit, Attendance Allowance, Carers Allowance, Pension Credit, Disabled Parking Badges and Diamond Travel Card.


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