Help a vision/hearing impaired person on an outing on the last Saturday of each month giving them an opportunity to get out and about.
Found 1363 volunteer opportunities with Disability Support, in Australia
Calling those who love craft to assist the visually/hearing impaired to participate in craft sessions. Can you spare 1 Friday afternoon a month?
The West Heidelberg Reading Club Program is seeking Volunteer Tutors to join our Reading Club Program. This is a great opportunity for individuals who have either studied (or are currently studying) a Bachelor of Education, Special Education, Speech Pathology or other relevant degree – and/or those who have previous experience working with young people - particularly individuals on the autism spectrum.
Eldercare Trowbridge House is looking for caring individuals to spend time and engage with residents with Dementia - are you a people person? Come along and brighten someone’s day!
Providing safe and courteous vehicle transportation of people who are socially isolated or transport disadvantaged and have no access to other means of transport.
The Humanitarian Settlement Program (HSP) supports refugees by guiding access to local services, support with life skills development, local community linkages and building social networks.
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.
We require the services of a Volunteer Driver to support our Clients participating in our Social Support Group Activities.
A Community Centre requires volunteers to assist with a horticulture based program designed to develop practical skills in horticulture, plus related literacy and team work skills for independent people with mild intellectual disabilities.
A organisation providing a wide range of coordinated health, aged, disability and community services requires volunteers to support physiotherapists and allied health staff with group exercise programs.
A Community Centre requires volunteers to provide support to adult students, who are independent adults with an intellectual disability, in a variety of experiences as they select and prepare a range of different foods.
We are looking for a volunteer to assist with food preparation & cooking
Help people with disability achieve their goals through fun activities
To assist participant to study and prepare to obtain certifications
Walk with us to support others as they design their own 'LIFE IN COMMUNITY'. Have you had a personal experience with a mental health challenge as either a person of living experience (consumer) or with a significant person in your life? Would you like to support others to be a part of their community? Find their passion? Explore their world? The Wellways LinC Program might be just the volunteer role you were looking for!
The organisation provides assistance and support for youth with disABILITY. The youth have more abilities than any disabilities. The youth are transported in a 12-seater bus on weekends and school holidays to new and exciting locations.
Are you in a Saturday rut? Shake off that weekend boredom and say Heyo to a new volunteer role at CPL!
Are you a resident ‘What’s On’ guide? Support your community by being a ‘Local Link’ and discovering activities and events that match CPL client’s passions and goals!
Be a part of a friendly supportive team and enjoy work that is both varied and challenging. We require a dynamic assistant to work in the binding room. Duties include but are not limited to: • Binding and labelling braille books • Cutting and sizing braille sheets • Producing thermoform calendars • Operating associated machines • Organising requisition ordering
Social engagement and fitness by walking with Low Vision Client and seeing Eye Dog in the Kippa-Ring area
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