This Organisation’s Lifestyle and Leisure Links Program supports social connections and lifelong learning opportunities for older people and people with a disability in the community, through various activities. If you are passionate about dancing, art, fitness, singing, crafts and socialising, then this may be the opportunity for you!
Found 263 volunteer opportunities with Disability Support, in New South Wales NSW
Social Outings Volunteers fulfil the role of Community Access Program Assistants on group outings for adults with an intellectual disability. This Organisation offers a variety of community-based, recreation and leisure activities for their customers and their programs encourage development through positive and fun experiences.
A Not for Profit Organisation is looking for Transport Assistants to accompany their customers on their weekly shopping trips. This is a Centre based activity, using Community buses and leaving from Guildford Community Centre.
Come and volunteer with your friends for this fun event which raises much needed funds for people living with dementia.
Do you have great admin and social skills? Would you like to help support people who are blind or have low vision to live the life they choose? Then we need you!
Providing support to dance teacher and providing dance/drama classes to people with a disability. **This opportunity comes to you via Volunteering Central Coast. Please ring 4329 7122 to make a booking for a telephone or face-to-face interview so we can refer you for this role or visit Volunteering Central Coast website and submit your interest**
Myrtle Cottage Ingleburn provides centre based and excursion activities for people who are frail aged, younger persons with disability, people with dementia and respite for their carers. Myrtle Cottage is looking for activity assistants to support members living with dementia, at the Cottage, with various recreational activities. The activity program is run Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. You must have a desire to work with people living with dementia.
Qualified therapists -- Volunteers must have qualifications in the therapies they would like to administer e.g. massage, aromatherapy.
Make friends and gain experience across a wide range of roles as a volunteer at an equestrian centre catering to riders with disability.
(VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 55+ YEARS). Assist with Day Club activities such as group discussions, games, quizzes. Assist serving morning tea and Lunch to members. Orient new members and visitors, help them to feel at ease. Assist and encourage conversation between members.
A Not for Profit Organisation is looking for Volunteers to provide social support to their customers in the Cumberland Council LGA. The areas Volunteers may travel to include – Fairfield, Girraween, Granville, Greystanes, Guildford, Holroyd, Mays Hill, Merrylands, Pemulwuy, Pendle Hill, Prospect, Smithfield, Toongabbie, Wentworthville, Westmead, Widemere, Woodpark and Yennora.
A not for profit organisation that provides transportation services to the frail aged, people with disabilities, their carers and people that are transport disadvantaged, are seeking Vietnamese speaking Volunteers to be Passenger Assistants.
A not for profit organisation that provides transportation services to the frail aged, people with disabilities, their carers and people that are transport disadvantaged, are seeking Vietnamese speaking Volunteers to be Car Drivers.
Volunteers needed to enrich the quality of life of residents of aged care homes who are socially isolated
Do you have a few spare hours a week and are looking for a way to give back to your community and help people? Canterbury City Community Centre is looking for volunteers to be part of a program that helps people complete forms and access online government services.
Would you like to help elderly people live in their own homes for longer, whilst getting some exercise and having a chat?
This is a fantastic opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of others in our community.
If you have some free time (2 hours per fortnight or month) and want to make a difference to the lives of one of our clients, please express your interest today!
Travel Training Mentors are people from the community who are trained to support people to access public transport services efficiently, independently and safely. Work with the coordinator to provide clients with up to date information regarding timetables and ticketing information.
To assist and / or encourage patients at mealtime (lunch) to foster a positive experience and assist in optimising their nutrition for recovery while in hospital.
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