Pamela is a cheerful, warm and friendly lady in her 70’s. She lives independently in the Bayswater area and has a mild intellectual disability. She is looking for friend to help her understand basic medical information.
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Eve is a 47-year-old lady, living in the Osborne Park area. She has a mild intellectual disability and has recently retired. She would like a friend who she can spend some time with. As well as sharing enjoyable activities together, her new friend could be a mentor and offer advice with basic budgeting skills for holidays and explaining correspondence.
Nick is a man in his 40s, with a witty sense of humour and mild intellectual disability. He lives in the Kingsley area and would one day love to visit the Pinnacles.
Jamie is an easy going young person in his mid 20s. He has cerebral palsy, an intellectual disability and is non-verbal. He currently lives in supported accommodation in the Coolbinia area.
Helen is an independent lady living in the Vic Park area in her 50s with a mild intellectual disability, she also works part-time 4 days a week in supported employment.
Helen is an independent lady living in the Vic Park area in her 50’s with a mild intellectual disability, she also works part-time 4 days a week in supported employment.
Are you a caring, cheerful person? Are you comfortable hanging out with someone who is non-verbal and speaking up for them? Do you live near Morley and could be an advocate for Ben? Then this could be the role for you!
Customer service position - Volunteers are needed to work as team members providing free, confidential, impartial information and referral services to any person or family. The role involves connecting people with information and services to help them make independent and informed decisions, in addition to making bookings etc; for our solicitor legal services. This position may not be suitable for job-seekers.
Nick is a man in his 40’s, with a witty sense of humour and mild intellectual disability. He lives in the Kingsley area and would one day love to visit the Pinnacles.
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.
Could you be the friend Kate needs? Kate is looking for a friend to spend some time with, someone who can support and mentor her to help build her confidence. It would be ideal if her new friend could assist her to spend more time with her mum, who also has an intellectual disability. Kate is living in the Girrawheen area, 6064.
Are you retired/semi retired, enjoy engaging with the general public and have sound computer skills? This position involves engaging with the general public to connect people with information and services so they can make independent and informed decisions. Information may be provided on the telephone, face to face, or via the Citizens Advice Bureau website.
Peel Connect are looking for people to be part of a group that visits homeless people during the night to provide care packs, hot drink, friendship and referral where appropriate.
The main responsibility of the Information Referral Officer is to refer customers to local services, e.g. law advice and other government services. Provision of a free, confidential and impartial information and referral service to clients in person and by telephone.
* VOLUNTEERS MUST BE PARENTS TO CHILDREN WITH ALCOHOL & DRUG ISSUES * With the lived experience of supporting your own child (teenager or adult) through the rigours of substance misuse and with the desire to support other parents going though similar challenges with their children, you will use active listening skills to support, talk through options and offer hope to parents calling the State-wide Parent and Family Drug Support Line.
Do you have the time and personal qualities to join us at Lifeline in providing Crisis Support? Full training and support is provided for this meaningful opportunity.
Silver Chain is currently seeking consumer representatives. Are you interested in being actively involved in providing a consumer perspective to decisions about the planning, delivery and evaluation of health services, information and policy at the Silver Chain group?
The Volunteer First Aid Awareness Officers role is to support the Wheatbelt Region and St John Ambulance’s goal to make first aid part of every Western Australians life, by delivering a range of first aid awareness programs and encouraging the public to become adequately trained to deliver first aid.
The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA) is the peak representative body for Australian medical students. It has a proud 60 year history as an active and important national voice for medical students. The key mandate of the Association is to connect, inform and represent on behalf of Australia’s 17,000 medical students across 22 Medical Societies. The Board is seeking respondents from varying backgrounds, interests and beliefs with skills in accounting or legal backgrounds.
You can change the world for one person! As ally, spokesperson, protector, role model or friend, a citizen advocate has a unique opportunity to change the world for a person with an intellectual disability. Southern suburbs.
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