The Social Support Program provides group services to people in our community who are socially isolated and/or have a disability. Our group participants are picked up from their homes and brought into our centers where they participate in social programs, men’s shed, food support, etc. Drivers safely transport Your Community Health clients/ group members to groups/programs and/or on approved social outings in Your Community Health vehicles
Found 182 volunteer opportunities with Disability Support, in MELBOURNE%20CITY
Inclusion Melbourne is seeking an experienced, fully-qualified counsellor who can support a sensitive, intuitive young woman who has an intellectual disability. Good communication and listening skills required. Please note that a minimum of a Bachelor degree is required for this position.
A great opportunity - all you need is a drivers licence and a heart of gold! You will arrive at Jewish Care's office in St Kilda Rd and pick up a van and insulated boxes. You will then drive to 'Our Village Kitchen' in Hawthorn to collect meals, and then drop them back - along with the van - to our St Kilda Rd offices. Your time will help feed people in need!
Do you speak Turkish and would like to become a mentor and advocate for a person with an intellectual disability? If so read on.
Share your language (English) and companionship during fortnightly friendly visits to an isolated elderly Maltese lady living in an aged care facility in Coburg.
Share your language (English) and companionship during fortnightly friendly visits to an isolated elderly lady living in an aged care facility in Avondale Heights.
Share your language (Arabic/Lebanese) and companionship during fortnightly friendly visits with an isolated elderly lady living in an aged care facility in Avondale Heights.
Share your language (Greek) and companionship during fortnightly friendly visits to an isolated elderly Greek lady living in an aged care facility Mill Park.
Share your language (Greek or English) and companionship during fortnightly friendly visits to an isolated elderly Greek man living in an aged care facility Coburg.
Share conversation and companionship during fortnightly friendly visits with an isolated elderly Macedonian man living in an aged care facility in Mill Park.
We are looking for a dedicated administrator with great communication skills, administrative experience and the good computer skills to coordinate bookings for the companion service.
The advocate's role is to befriend of a vulnerable person and help them to improve their quality of life, including to be involved in the wider community.
Become a mentor and change the world for a person with an intellectual disability
A organisation providing a wide range of coordinated health, aged, disability and community services requires volunteers to support physiotherapists and allied health staff with group exercise programs.
A Community Centre requires volunteers to assist with a horticulture based program designed to develop practical skills in horticulture, plus related literacy and team work skills for independent people with mild intellectual disabilities.
A Community Centre requires volunteers to provide support to adult students, who are independent adults with an intellectual disability, in a variety of experiences as they select and prepare a range of different foods.
Travellers Aid Australia, along with the MCC are conducting a Transfer Buggy Service to assist patrons of the MCG who have difficulty making their way from Richmond station, Jolimont Station and the William Barack foot bridge to the MCG to watch their team play. Volunteers are required for event days.
Build a friendship and spending leisure time with a young woman with an interest in attending local cafes.
Are you looking to make a real difference in someone’s life, learn new skills and have fun doing it? Volunteer with Interchange and provide support for children and young people with a disability in a range of recreational activities such as youth programs and camps.
The West Heidelberg Reading Club Program is seeking Volunteer Tutors to join our Reading Club Program. This is a great opportunity for individuals who have either studied (or are currently studying) a Bachelor of Education, Special Education, Speech Pathology or other relevant degree – and/or those who have previous experience working with young people - particularly individuals on the autism spectrum.
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