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Looking for a volunteer opportunity for AUSLAN speakers? It must be a sign!
We are seeking compassionate and reliable volunteers in the vicinity of FOREST LAKE, QLD for our Community Visitors Scheme - whereby lonely seniors receive frequent visits to their homes by volunteers for a cup of tea and a chat for half an hour a week or one hour a fortnight. The Community Visitors’ Scheme is a federally funded program, established to promote links between elderly people living in their own homes or within aged care residences and friendly volunteer visitors.
Would you like to really make a difference in someone's life by providing guidance, encouragement and support to others to achieve their goals ? If you are fluent using Auslan, and have some time during the week, this could be the role for you ! This Volunteer Role reports to the Regional Coordinator (RC). The purpose of the role is to assist individuals with disability, mental illness, injury or health conditions to remove and overcome barriers that hinder their success.
Share your language (Czech) and companionship during weekly or fortnightly visit with an isolated Czechoslovakian lady.
• Want to make a positive impact in the life of a migrant or refugee? • Would you like to help someone new to Australia learn English? • Do you have an hour free each week to volunteer over the next twelve months? Learning English is the most important factor in helping new migrants and refugees settle in Australia. You could make a difference to someone by volunteering from one hour a week to help tutor English to Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) students.
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