Do you know your away around the public transport network of Melbourne? Do you like working with young people with disabilities? We are looking for volunteers to help support staff to assist participants with a disability to access public transport and go to a variety of venues around Melbourne. To encourage and help supervise participants while they are out and about. No qualifications are required but a confidence using the public transport network and a friendly engaging manner is needed.
Found 116 volunteer opportunities with Disability Services, in MELBOURNE%20CITY
We need volunteers from various cultural backgrounds to assist with; - Facilitation of monthly group activities to provide support e.g. fun and memory games, exercises and refreshments. This is a great opportunity for volunteers to gain experience working for Action on Disability within Ethnic communities organization. your support will have a great effect on our clients well being and social inclusion. come, have fun with our client. your support is highly rewarding.
Do you enjoy swimming? Do you like supporting people with a disability? Burke and Beyond are looking for a competent swimmer who is happy to assist participants with a disability to be involved in a swimming program. Looking for a volunteer to support staff to assist participants with a disability to access and enjoy swimming program. To encourage participants and help supervise whilst at the swimming pool.
Love heading out and about and finding new places? Would you have 2-3 hours per week to assist our low vision client going for walks in the local area? Join in our family of volunteers!
Volunteer Mentor required for a 9 year old boy with Autism in Maribyrnong. If you are someone who would enjoy friendship building, working on social skills and helping a child with a disability to engage in new pursuits in the community we would love to hear from you! No specific qualifications are required, however, the role involves a commitment of a few hours per fortnight on a Saturday or Sunday for a minimum of 12 months. Please see the full description for more information!
An Independent Third Person (ITP) volunteer assists people with a cognitive disability or mental illness during interviews or when making formal statements to Victoria Police. The person with a cognitive disability or mental illness may be an alleged offender, victim or witness.
Are you looking for an opportunity to share your enthusiasm for sailing with others? Become a Sailing Support Guide! Working with older people with a disability, you will help participants to experience, enjoy and participate in sailing.
Volunteers are required to support clients with community access activities. The suitable volunteers will require a can do attitude, see people firstly and disability secondly, have a great sense of fun, humour and adventure. Empathy, understanding, compassion and commitment are also necessary skills required. Full training is provided to suitable volunteers. The service is situated in Ferntree Gully, very close to public transport.
Do you like working with young people with disabilities? Are you confident on public transport? Burke and Beyond are looking for a volunteer to join the group to support both staff and participants on their adventures around the city.
Do you like working with young people with disabilities? Do you have a passion for Music and Dance? Burke and Beyond are looking for a volunteer who can either lead the activity or support the staff to promote participation in the Music and Movement program.
The Bridge is a disability support agency and our Transition to Work program prepares adult jobseekers with disabilities towards achieving their goals in paid employment. We need a few more volunteer training assistants (teacher’s aides) to help our keen participants with their class activities.
Become a mentor and change the world for a person with an intellectual disability.
Volunteer to regularly spend a few hours with a person with an intellectual disability participating in a shared interest.
Provide respite care for a child (6 - 12) with a disability - respite care is in the volunteer's own home
Assist with BFL (Balloon Football League) umpiring, scoring, and supporting people with a disability. Assist to set up and pack up courts.
Help to look after children with additional needs attending child care or activity programs.
To support House With No Steps (HWNS) Support Workers in the Provision of High quality, professional and individualised support to HWNS customers in Recreational programs.
Perform general maintenance tasks for individuals with a disability. Design and / or make items for individuals with a disability using your textile / sewing skills. Complete a project report form for each project. Initially meet with client during business hours then work on the project in your own workshop at times that suit you. Participate as a team member, consult with TADVIC Occupational Therapists, clients, carers or health professionals. Adhere to OH&S policies and guidelines.
Perform general maintenance tasks. Assemble bikes to individual requirements as per specification sheet. Work in a small team,complete basic report, adhere to OH&S guidelines and policies. (see specifics) The position is based in Kew.
Act as an assistant in an op shop including serving customers, sorting, pricing and shelving stock as well as tidying the shop.
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