Clients attend our Willetton Social Centre to help alleviate loneliness and isolation and connect with their peers. We are looking for activity assistants to help make their time at the centre stimulating and fun.
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In 2020 it is our goal to restore this section of the dune system by removing the invasive species which now dominate and revegetating the area with native coastal species to encourage regrowth of native habitat. This is a big job and we need your help to make this happen!
Transport is one of the most important services People Who Care have to offer our elderly and disability clients. The goal of recruiting private drivers is to help our clients continue to live independently in the community by providing transportation services to their health care appointments and various other commitments.
Cancer Council WA is seeking a qualified Complementary Touch-Based Therapist to provide Reflexology to clients by appointment at the Cancer Council's Supportive Care Centre at The Hills - Midland.
Starlight’s mission is to brighten the lives of seriously ill children, young people and their families. We do this through a number of Programs which our amazing Programs Volunteers help make happen.
The role of the volunteer coordinator is to recruit and manage volunteers for ConnectGroups’ Hand to Heart Project. In this role you will be responsible for allocating duties and tasks to volunteers, organising induction and training for new volunteers, ensuring that there are sufficient numbers of fully trained and reliable volunteers, scheduling and monitoring home visits, and collating data and feedback.
Do you enjoy driving and working with seniors? Would you like to be a part of a great team, supporting people to live independently in the community? We are looking for reliable and patient drivers that are able to drive an automatic station wagon, collecting clients from their homes and transporting them to doctor/hospital appointments and shopping centres etc.
Job duties and the day-to-day activities of a surveillance monitor are: Monitoring live and recorded video footage and communications. Documenting performing research, data and accessing risks.
We require support for an 81 year old male suffering with Dementia, although he doesn't think he has dementia. He's very active and loves getting out. He would enjoy sitting at his home with someone watching documentaries on Netflix, or catching public transport with a friend or going out sightseeing. He only requires help with direction, including finding his way back home. He's lots of fun when out and about but gets bored when at home alone.
To assist with the running of the Scarborough Walking Group at Scarborough Community Centre.
Volunteers help us to reach more people experiencing homelessness. Thanks to the dedication of our staff and volunteers at Uniting Care West, we provide a diverse range of holistic programs and services, which support, serve and empower participants. Volunteers have a vital role in supporting our work and we are committed to ensuring that your experience with us is worthwhile
The Community Visitor Scheme program is a Federal Government initiative established to promote links between people living in an aged care facility and their local community. The aim of the scheme is to improve residents' quality of life for those who have limited family, cultural and social contact and may be at risk of social isolation.
Do you love chatting to people and lending a hand? Do you like an outing and meeting new people? People Who Care provide support to enable elderly people to live independently in their own homes. We achieve this through the generosity of the time from our volunteers.
People Who Care are a volunteer-based organisation offering a diverse range of services and support for those who are frail, elderly or people with disabilities. An important service People Who Care provide our clients is transport and assistance to appointments and social activities. We are in need of your generous time to assist our clients.
Jamie is an easy going young person in his mid 20’s. He has cerebral palsy, an intellectual disability and is non-verbal. He currently lives in supported accommodation in the Coolbinia area.
Austin is a man in his 40’s, living in the Osborne Park area. He has a mild intellectual disability, works part-time in the Health department and is currently studying a Cert 4 in Community Services.
Gavin is a chatty man in his 60’s, living in the Mirrabooka area. He is a polite and gentle man with a mild intellectual disability.
Do you enjoy having lunch out and shopping trips? Do you live in the Doubleview area? Then this could be the perfect voluntary role for you.
Could you be a friend to Rose and help to link her to her local Bayswater community? Then this could be the perfect voluntary role for you.
Molly is looking for a friend to spend some time with her and it would also be useful if her new friend could be a mentor and offer advice with basic skills such as budgeting and explaining correspondence.
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