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Found 3 volunteer opportunities with Disability Support, in Adelaide%20city

Volunteer Support Staff

Holiday Explorers Inc.

  • Location: Beulah Park SA
  • Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
  • Category: Disability Services

Holiday Explorers is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to provide assistance and guidance to people with intellectual disability on a range of holidays, from day and weekend trips to longer holidays up to 10 days, to great locations all over Australia and overseas. Volunteers do not pay for the trips they support, and people who like traveling in small groups, have good interpersonal skills, and enjoy helping others to try new experiences are well suited to this rewarding role.

Excel in your skills by volunteering your time in a variety of programs delivered by us

Aboriginal Sobriety Group Indigenous Corporation - Icn 8376

  • Location: Adelaide SA
  • Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
  • Category: Drug & Alcohol Services

We would like to hear from any Volunteers who wish to express interest in working with the Drug and Alcohol Sector. Aboriginal Sobriety Group Indigenous Corporation have a range of services in different locations around South Australia The Primary role will be based on the volunteers if they wish to work in administration and overall assistance in the day to day support of programs. An interview will be arranged to speak about the best program for the Volunteer to be located.

Community Support Worker

Learning Creative Skills Organisation Inc

  • Location: Gulfview Heights SA
  • Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
  • Category: Disability Services

As a Disability Support Officer Volunteer, working in our Services and Programs, you will be able to provide individual assistance to Learning Creative Skills to support people with disability to accomplish their routine tasks, promote skill development, lift their spirits and encourage independence by ensuring the process is enriching for both of you. Specific tasks will be centred around teaching vocational activities in literacy and numeracy, computing skills, arts, music, cooking, etc

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