This position requires volunteers to be highly sensitive to relatives needs and be able to communicate in times of emotional stress, and as part of the emergency department have the ability to support and comfort relatives and families of patients, especially when there has been a bereavement or acute illness diagnosis.
Found 8 volunteer opportunities with Counselling & Help Line, in ADELAIDE%20CITY
These volunteer roles encompass a variety of Ward Services and Special Services activities including • Guides (Assisting patients / visitors to find destinations in the hospital and sections of Flinders Private Hospital • Concierge Roles (Various specialty areas provide support of patient in the waiting areas) • Elderlife (one on one support / Diversional Therapy activities for the elderly) • Endoscopy (providing support and refreshments in a day procedure unit) • Eye Clinic (Assisting with c
CareWorks is seeking volunteers to join our friendly Emergency Relief team to assess and provide understanding for people in need of food, clothing and/or other basic necessities. You can build relationships, gain work experience, have fun and enjoy the satisfaction of helping people in the community. No experience necessary as full training is provided.
Students or volunteers will be working as part of the Community and Family Support Service (CAFSS), which provides counselling support for persons that are currently experiencing difficulties due to their own or a loved one's alcohol or drug use.
Volunteering SA&NT's (VSA&NT) Settlement Support Program (SSP) is looking for people to make a positive and lasting impact in a refugee/migrant's life. We are looking for empathic, welcoming, committed, and skilled volunteers to help refugees and migrants resettle in Adelaide with ease. If you dare to leave footprints of positive impact then this is THE opportunity for you!
Eldercare engages the services of Pastoral Care volunteers to assist Site Chaplains and other Eldercare Staff to offer personalized pastoral and spiritual Care and activities that intend to enhance each residents sense of meaning, purpose and connectedness
Our elders who live with Dementia benefit greatly with some social support and interactive engagement form others with time to give and share. This role requires you to be empathetic, patient, caring and have the ability to communicate through prompting and person centered focus. Communication comes in various forms so we need you to be comfortable to be flexible communication styles with the elders.
The Circle of Support and Accountability (COSA) program assists men who have been incarcerated for committing a sexual offence to reintegrate back into their local communities and accountable for the ongoing self-management, with the aim of preventing re-offending. Volunteer members provide advocacy and support, information and resources to assist in appropriate referrals, keep records of interactions and attend COSA meetings.
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