"Volunteer Visits Project"

The Volunteer Visits project, first begun in Pathum Thani province, has been field-visiting many patients and families to provide them encouragement, happiness, and relaxation by listening and talking to them. We also give the patients family our second-hand medical equipment and adult diapers that we have received from donation, along with some food and household items.

Our project is a method to get the public to be involved in creating a new environment and supporting elderlies who have sickness with encouragement, resources, as well as understanding of their rights and access to produce a strong foundation that can effectively deal with eldery patients. Aside from food, fresh air, and medicine, they also need "encouragement" to continue living.

          

"Volunteer Visits Project"
Email: kesara@mirror.or.th 
Tel 092-267-6292


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 Volunteer Visits Project
The Volunteer Visits project, first begun in Pathum Thani province, has been field-visiting many patients and families to provide them encouragement, happiness, and relaxation by listening and talking to them. We also give the patient is family our second-hand medical equipment and adult diapers that we have received from donation, along with some food and household items.
 Share for Change Project
In the beginning, our project has started in response to identifying the problem of clothing shortage in remote areas, evacuation centers, and among those who were affected by disasters. We realized that we could bring back the value of old items through "reuse". For this reason, we have been accepting donations of all clothes that are still in good condition from city people and forward them to those in need all over the country.
 Happy Hospital Project
The motive behind our mission for pediatric patients in the hospital is to design and develop activities which can build happiness and cure miseries that have been caused by the stressful environment in the hospital. In fact, our main support is volunteers from the "Volunteer Creates Happiness team".
 Siam Volunteer Project
After the Tsunami event on 26th of December 2004, Thailand has confronted more severe natural disasters, including landslide and wildfire. We found out from all the events that happened that there are always some difficulties in sending help to the victim. Moreover, there is also a need for a system that can evaluate, analyze, and predict in order to make a well-organized plan that can immediately handle the situation. In fact, a continuous community restoration is also needed as well.
 Sick People on the Street Project
From the work of the Thai Missing Project by the Mirror Foundation, we found out that many of the missing cases are actually elderlies who have brain disorders or Alzheimer's disease that got lost. Some of them have been wandering around and living outside for so long to the point where they eventually become homeless and have a high risk of being abused to death. However, the problem has not been raised in the public and no related agencies in the field have taken any action.