Home Visiting Volunteers make a real and heartfelt difference in the lives of older people who are socially isolated and who experience loneliness due to being at home with limited community contact. Volunteers are carefully matched with the older person they visit to ensure the visit is mutually enjoyable, meaningful and rewarding. Visits are usually once a week or once a fortnight for an hour or so depending on the volunteer's availability.
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Northern Respite Care (NRC) is funded by the Commonwealth Home Support Program – Respite for Carers. Funding is approved to provide respite for a person who is caring for someone with high dependency and who resides in the Salisbury/Playford/Tea Tree Gully council areas.
St John SA is supporting a gent in his 70's who lives independently and who would appreciate someone aged in their 30's to 60's to visit once a week or fortnight to have an engaging discussion about a range of interests including photography, history, paleontology, music, languages and the arts. The client would also appreciate the opportunity to go out for a drive to connect to the community now and then. If you enjoy learning and discussing new ideas, then we'd love to hear from you!
Are you a people person? Do you enjoy caring for others and engaging with people with various needs?
Friends for Older People - Do you value our older generation? You can make a genuine, positive difference to an older person’s life by visiting, offering friendship & chats or sharing a common interest. A rewarding & valuable volunteer role befriending residents of Aged Care Facilities in Glen Osmond.
Friends for Older People - Do you value our older generation? You can make a genuine, positive difference to an older person’s life by visiting, offering friendship & chats or sharing a common interest. A rewarding & valuable volunteer role befriending residents of Aged Care Facilities in the Wayville area.
Friendly, caring people are needed to befriend residents of Aged Care Facilities in the Mitcham/Kingswood areas. This is a meaningful, rewarding & invaluable volunteer role. No special skills are needed just the ability to brighten someone’s day with conversation for one hour per fortnight.
A meaningful, rewarding & invaluable volunteer role - friendly, caring people are needed to befriend residents of Aged Care Facilities in the Marion area No special skills are needed just the ability to brighten someone’s day with conversation for one hour per fortnight.
We are looking for volunteers who can share their skills and time supporting elders (in our Eldercare Aged Care residential facility) who wish to re connect and use their creative skills, and have a keen interest in painting with with residents as a weekly activity.
This role is supporting the hospitality team and carers. You would be trained to support our-elderly residents offering them morning tea and afternoon tea. In-between you can support your area hospitality team with lunch support.
Enjoy sharing time and friendship with our elderly living with dementia. A simple friendship, conversation and a little time means a lot to others and makes a difference in their day.
Are you interested in being a companion to residents who speak a language other than English? We are currently seeking volunteer visitors who speak Italian as we have several Italian male and females who live at Trow Bridge House.
A Danish speaking volunteer is needed to visit an elderly person in an aged care home in Glenelg areas who are lonely and isolated because his language and culture is different to most of the other residents.
Our Central Office is looking for two volunteers to assist with our ongoing annual client telephone reviews.
Volunteer bus drivers and trip hosts/hostesses perform the invaluable task of transporting frail and/or aged residents of Marion to and from shopping centres in community buses as well as deliver other social programs and outtings that our elderly residents love. What's better is all you need is a sense of direction and ordinary car licence!
Location: Westbourne Park Volunteers needed for Thursday & Friday shifts at our Westbourne Park Residential Aged Care site.
Volunteer driver required for transport of clients from their homes to a social program facilitated at Henley Beach Road, Mile End.
We are looking for friendly men who are interested in befriending men in our rehabilitation facility for up to three hours per week. Your role will be to assist our customers in living ‘Good Lives’ (while working through their Transition Care Program) by running activities such as darts, card games, chats over coffee and chips about current affairs and other suitable activities that our customers are interested in.
Supporting patients and their families with kindness and respect at End of Life.
Care and Share is a day social support program which strives to be inclusive of people from different cultures. Currently we have Greek gentleman attending on Mondays who needs some support with translation. English is his second language and he has difficulty with memory/concentration requiring one on one support to enable him to partake in activities. Care and Share staff organise the day to day activities, therefore the role is to act as a support, enabling the gentleman to engage with the a
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