The Rotary Club of Esperance Bay will be running a camp for young adults with disabilities from Sunday 19th April to Saturday 25th April 2020. Be part of the team working to ensure a streamlined experience for Ace Camp 2020 attendees.
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Found 103 volunteer opportunities with Disability Services, in Western Australia WA
Assisting Carers of clients with disabilities to prepare for horse riding and side walk to protect rider
At Brightwater, we welcome people with the full diversity of life experiences, thoughts and beliefs. We foster a culture of inclusion, collaboration and innovation where our clients, staff & volunteers can flourish. Sport is the best way to connect with new friends and volunteering to attend a Wildcats game with a Brightwater client is sure to warm your heart.
Responsible for ensuring Cahoots programs are delivered at the highest quality and to work with their participants to engage them in fun and meaningful activities, supporting them to achieve their goals.
We are looking for active Board members to exercise due diligence and compliance with the responsibilities of Governance and oversight of the Diversity South Organisation.
Do you love transporting groups of kids, teens and adults? Do you light up at the sound of the song 'Hail to the bus driver'? Cahoots are looking for drivers for our 7/8/12 seater vans for our camps and programs. As driver, you will be responsible for transporting groups of our participants with a disability, as well as our carers, from activity to activity and to and from our campsites during camps.
Do you have a passion for cooking? Do you love to feed the troops? Look good in an apron and chef hat? Kitchenhands at Cahoots play a pivotal role in our camps. You will have the opportunity to create menus, shop till you drop, cook up a feast, and then bask in the never-ending flow of compliments you will receive from our staff and participants.
The camp leader is an exciting opportunity for someone looking for an experience working with young people or adults living with a disability or social barrier. You will be responsible for 1-3 campers for the duration of a weekend or week-long camp, and take part in all the amazing activities together with your campers. You will have the chance to make some new friends and create wonderful memories, as well as improve your CV and learn and develop important skills.
The program leader is an exciting opportunity for someone looking for an experience working with young people or adults living with a disability or social barrier. You will be responsible for 1-3 campers for the duration of our fun and social programs, and take part in all the amazing activities together with your campers. You will have the chance to make some new friends and create wonderful memories, as well as improve your CV and learn and develop important skills.
Do you love horses? Would you like to assist us as we provide invaluable activities for people with a disability? You will be working with our horses; helping to lead or support riders in a lesson. No previous experience with horses is necessary.
Assisting disabled clients with horse riding, assist with maintaining farm and horses.
Maintenance of horses and yard cleaning(general), assist with riders under head coach direction
Do you have some time available to help collect our people with disabilities in order for them to get out of the house and meet up with their friends and engage in some healthy art, craft, woodwork or pottery. If so we would love to hear from you.
Nick is a man in his 40s, with a witty sense of humour and mild intellectual disability. He lives in the Kingsley area and would one day love to visit the Pinnacles.
Helen is an independent lady living in the Vic Park area in her 50’s with a mild intellectual disability, she also works part-time 4 days a week in supported employment.
Nick is a man in his 40’s, with a witty sense of humour and mild intellectual disability. He lives in the Kingsley area and would one day love to visit the Pinnacles.
Jamie is an easy going young person in his mid 20’s. He has cerebral palsy, an intellectual disability and is non-verbal. He currently lives in supported accommodation in the Coolbinia area.
Grooming and tacking of horses. Leading a horse with a rider in a lesson. Side walking a rider during a lesson. Assisting coach set up poles, barrels, cones.
Depression Support Network (DSN) are now running what was the old Lighthouse Op Shop and are looking for volunteers to help with all sorts of roles, including using the till and sorting clothes and other items. If you have some time they would be happy to have you help; days and times are flexible.
CLA run various social activities every week and are looking for volunteers to help with these activities. If you enjoy helping people in a social setting this could be a great opportunity.
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