A mentor fulfills a responsible and meaningful role for the most vulnerable people in our society. A mentor watches over the personal interests of an adult who, due to physical or psychological causes, can no longer take care of himself properly. Where necessary, he makes decisions about care. He takes into account as much as possible what the client wants and is able to do. The mentor does not represent financial interests, that is up to the administrator or financial representative of the client. The mentor is appointed by the Subdistrict Court. Do you want to stand up for the interests of vulnerable people? Then contact us. We make an appointment with you for an introductory meeting. Together with the coordinator you will determine whether the role of mentor suits you.