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Calling on volunteers for a Wyndham lunch outing! | Social Support

Uniting AgeWell
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Uniting Social Support Program keeps people connected to the community to support them to live a happy and healthy life. The program assists people to keep doing the things they love.

Utilise and develop your group facilitation skills, while supporting people to build valuable connections and enjoy group activities as part of their social goals. The lunch outing takes place at various venues in the Wyndham area on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. The role will require you to facilitate conversation and engage with people attending the outing.

You will have good communication skills, respect for diversity and support a positive interaction between participants in the group. Be prepared to provide participants with transport assistance to/from the outing. A current driver’s license and your own road worthy vehicle (able to accommodate a four wheel walker) are essential. Demonstrate the skills and confidence to work independently as well as in a team environment.

As a valued member of the Social Support Team, you will have access to ongoing training and development, opportunities to meet new people and develop new skills. You will have support from a dedicated volunteer coordinator who will assist you throughout your volunteer journey. You will be volunteering to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice to make an impact in your community. Interested? For further information, please contact 13 93 75 and quote CA-W-105. Please note that visits will take place in line with Uniting and COVID-19 safe guidelines.

This volunteer opportunity is posted on behalf of Uniting AgeWell

About Uniting AgeWell

At Uniting AgeWell, our focus is on supporting older people to experience a sense of wellbeing, choice and independence in their lives, to feel valued members of their community and to have easy access to the community or residential services they need to live the life they want. With a range of services in many locations in Victoria and Tasmania, our 3,400 staff and 600 volunteer staff are committed to high quality services and care.

Uniting AgeWell provide a workplace culture based on the BEST philosophy – Believe, Excel, Support and Trust – underpinned by our values of Kindness, Respect, Integrity, Innovation and Inclusion, and our customer service charter and promise that shape and inform all that we do. More information can be found on the Uniting AgeWell website.