Free training session for volunteers or people interested in volunteering Communicating with people with disability – Wednesday 19th June 9.30am -12am This workshop will equip volunteers and managers of Volunteers with knowledge and skills to communicate effectively with people with disability. Participants will have an opportunity to learn handy hints and useful approaches for working with people with disability.
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Free training session for volunteers and those interested in volunteering It’s my choice! – Wednesday 12th June 9.30am-12pm Based on the It’s My Choice toolkit developed by Inclusion Melbourne in partnership with RMIT University this training workshop outlines the 9 principles of choice and explores the key issues surrounding choice and things to consider when support people with disability to make informed choices.
Free training for volunteers working with or who are working with people with disability
Join our team at the Banksia Centre and support residents as part of our leisure programs that promote friendship and personal development.
Olive Way (an outreach of Brunswick Uniting Church) is primarily about hospitality and welcome. As food is the key ingredient to most hospitality events, Olive Way provides food through healthy snacks, fruit and veg, toasted sandwiches, and tea and coffee, as a means of demonstrating and creating a welcoming space. The kitchen assistant will be responsible for assisting in the preparation and presentation of the food and drink, and maintaining the cleanliness of the serving area.
Volunteer required one day per week to assist with the archiving and sorting of records and documentation (including customer information) in office location in Melbourne CBD. Position ongoing for approximately three months. Day required: Negotiable - any day between Mon-Fri.
If you're a friendly hairdresser or have basic hairdressing skills and wish to donate your time to help those who have been forgotten, overlooked and left behind then keep reading. We are seeking hairdressers to help with our Makeover day. Bring along your smile, "can-do!!" attitude and sense of humour!!
Volunteers are required to support clients with community access activities. The suitable volunteers will require a can do attitude, see people firstly and disability secondly, have a great sense of fun, humour and adventure. Empathy, understanding, compassion and commitment are also necessary skills required. Full training is provided to suitable volunteers. The service is situated in Ferntree Gully, very close to public transport.
The Bridge is a disability support service in Dandenong and Casey. Our participants have intellectual and physical disabilities. Many active and interested participants just need a friendly and supportive companion to meet them at an independent activity to enable it to happen.
ADEC empowers people with disabilities and their carers from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds and enable their full participation in the Victorian community. To achieve this, ADEC supports these people in accessing services and helps to ensure that these systems are inclusive and responsive to their needs.
Manningham Salvation Army requires volunteers to support our Emergency Welfare Relief Team, which provides welfare assistance to the residents of Manningham.
We require the services of a Volunteer Driver to support our Clients participating in our Social Support Group Activities.
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.
Volunteers play an important role within Merri and it’s how we can continue to offer industry leading services and programs to our many clients and the community. Volunteers are engaged through many of Merri’s areas including Health and Wellbeing, Aged Services, Mental Health and Disability. Give back to community, become a volunteer and make a difference to someone’s life.
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.
Do you enjoy shopping, love helping other people and have some spare time to share? If so, you could turn your free time into invaluable assistance for a member of our community.
Companion Service Volunteers provide support and guidance for older people, people with disabilities and people from diverse backgrounds. This role is great if you like to travel around Melbourne and to volunteer outdoors in the fresh air. A minimum commitment of one shift per week required.
Share your language (Italian) and companionship during fortnightly friendly visits to an isolated elderly Italian lady living in an aged care facility in Springvale. A female volunteer is requested for this role.
Help support people with disabilities, older people and people from diverse backgrounds with access to MCG Events. Volunteer must have a current Victorian Drivers Licence to undertake the buggy training.
The Social Support Program - The Men’s Shed is a fun and engaging way for men to come together to do a range of activities. It is also a place to share and develop new skills and is available to any men who want to socialise with other men in their community and be more active. The volunteer will provide ongoing support and training to participants in the men’s shed to be involved in carpentry projects
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