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Found 102 volunteer opportunities with Disability Support, in Western Australia WA
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.
Could you be a friend to Jim and help to link him to his local Armadale 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.
Harold Hawthorne Community Centre requires a friendly and reliable Meals on wheels delivery assistant on weekdays between 8.30am to 12.00pm.
Drivers are required to collect the bus from Lane Ford at 8.00am and to go to various Mandurah schools to collect children to take them to Pinjarra then return them to school after their lessons, returning the bus to Lane Ford when completed. Drivers with a manual clean C Class licence, caring nature and cheerful disposition are needed to transport children from school in Mandurah to HorsePower venue in Pinjarra.
At Paediatric Nursing Services, we are committed to providing excellent services to children, teens and young adults with additional needs, and their parents. We provide them with the best opportunity to enhance their quality of life and for them to succeed in striving for independence. We are looking for dedicated Volunteers to join us in our amazing Social Inclusion Program.
St Patricks Community Centre is seeking the services of a qualified Podiatrist to assist their underprivileged clients.
Assisting Group Leader during various activities by supervising the participants. Following directions and guidelines outlined by Group Leader, preparing materials and setting the environment for the activities and packing away, encouraging clients to interact with one another and to participate in activities. Building rapport with staff and clients. Working in accordance with Autism West policies and procedures. At times if required providing transport to outings for clients. Age 18 - 60.
Would you like to assist in helping to provide a valuable service in your community? 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. You will help pick up and drop off clients within the Rockingham Area and assisting the driver when required.
We are seeking volunteers with a caring nature and a willingness to work with patients with Dementia and Delirium. This role involves sitting and talking with patients on a one to one basis, assisting with making the patient comfortable to support their sleep and rest, and making sure the patient is wearing their glasses and hearing aids. Age Range: 25 to 80.
We are seeking wonderful volunteers who can prepare horses for lessons, leading horses in lessons and horsemanship with horses. Not all positions require full hands on horse work, there are assistance roles, cleaning out yards, grounds maintenance, helping with lessons and many more other roles required. Our accredited coaches and specially trained volunteers individually tailor a range of therapeutic, educational and recreational activities. Age Range: 14 to 85.
We are looking for an event host is to plan and host small social gatherings to bring together members of our Social Network. Members of the Network are from all walks of life, including people with intellectual or physical disabilities, mental health issues, people from different cultural backgrounds, as well as general members of the community. Do you have what it takes to be an event host?
The Crosslinks Incorporated Board of Directors is currently seeking to appoint a Board Director with lived experience with disability and a background in PR/ Marketing.
We are an equine assisted activities and therapies centre . We facilitate hippotherapy and adaptive riding sessions both of which lead to amazing functional outcomes in children and adults with disabilities. It is an enjoyable, outdoor, equine, community based, environment. We would love to have you join us !
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