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Found 68 volunteer opportunities with Disability Support, in Western Australia WA
Fishability is a West Australian not for profit organisation who works with the community to promote fishing activities as a means of acceptance and inclusion with provision of inclusive and disability programs. We currently have jetty and boat activities throughout the Perth metro areas and regional centre programs in Mandurah, Busselton, Geraldton and Albany.
A Circle of Support is a lifelong group of friends and supporters who regularly visit a person with a disability for friendship and assistance / support. This group of people can provide assistance with lifestyle planning, ensuring the individual’s overall quality of life is maintained and their health and wellbeing is monitored.Visits can be as a group or individually either at the person’s home or within their local community. The Circle of Support is coordinated by a paid Facilitator.
We are seeking an advocate, friend and mentor for Jim who is a capable man in his mid 50's, living in the Armadale area. Jim has a mild intellectual disability and a love for Australian classic cars.
Cahoots provides fun-filled, affordable recreation and respite camps for children with diverse needs and their families. Volunteers are sought for camps in school holidays, other holiday camps and for weekends during school term. Camp Programs are 2 & 5 day camps throughout the year, will also run programs that require a commitment of a few hours.
Learn to be a side walker or horse leader handler to assist the participants. Provide support to riders through leading horses, side walking, aiding mounting, horse grooming, encouragement and enjoyment. If you have some time to spare and you are interested in becoming part of team that helps others to develop their abilities and enrich their lives please contact us today!
A friendly social support person to get our residents to feel part of the community.
Could you offer advice and support to a polite and gentle man in his 50’s, living in the Belmont area. We are seeking a kind, caring, non-judgement person to help a quiet man with an intellectual disability. This person should be honest, reliable and able to keep in regular contact. An interest in painting or woodwork would be of benefit but not essential. This is a unique voluntary role and hours are flexible. You don’t need any special qualifications or experience, training is provided.
Are you looking for a unique voluntary role with flexible hours? Do you like painting, woodwork and fish & chips? Could you offer advice and support to someone, when needed? Then this could be the perfect voluntary role for you.
Are you looking for a unique voluntary role with flexible hours? Rose is a quiet, friendly lady in her 60's living in the Bayswater area. She has a mild intellectual disability and enjoys going for walks, knitting and volunteering in her local community. Rose is looking for a friend to spend some time with her. It would be useful if her new friend could also be a mentor and offer support and advice when needed. No special qualifications or experience is required, training is provided.
Are you looking for a unique voluntary role with flexible hours? Could you be a friend and mentor? Do you like having coffee and a chat? Then this could be the perfect voluntary role for you.
Are you looking for a unique voluntary role with flexible hours? Do you have a love for classic cars? Could you be a friend and mentor, someone to offer support and guidance? Then this could be the perfect voluntary role for you.
Are you looking for a unique voluntary role with flexible hours? Do you have a love for Ikea and cooking? Could you offer advice and assistance to help someone advocate for themselves, when needed? Then this could be the perfect voluntary role for you.
Vacancies exist for suitably motivated individuals to fill voluntary positions of Ambulance Support Driver. Duties include attending emergency and non-emergency ambulance jobs and attending training to maintain skills.
The Rockingham Connect Community Transport Service (RCCTS) provides door-to-door transport for disadvantaged individuals living in the City of Rockingham. The service operates two 12 seater mini-vans, one of which is wheelchair accessible.
Volunteer will be assisting Community Support Worked with clients who have an intellectual or physical disabilities to build on independent living skills. If you have compassion and empathy and a willingness to show understanding in assisting people with disability, this is the role for you.
Are you a horse lover? Would you like to help others, find out what makes horses so special?
Are you a qualified podiatrist with a couple of hours per week to spare? We are opening a Wellbeing Centre in Rockingham and are looking for a qualified podiatrist to join our hard working team.
We're passionate about improving the quality of life for our members and we have a wonderful group of volunteers that partner with us to help enhance their lives. If you are interested in promoting mental health and improving the quality of life for those who suffer with an invisible illness, then we need YOU!!
Epilepsy WA are seeking volunteers for our Annual Street Appeal on Friday 20th November 2020. Volunteers will be required to help us raise money by shaking tins and selling merchandise in the Perth CBD.
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