Medical Volunteers provide medical support and information to young people living with cancer and staff and to professionally dispense medication, which may include oral chemotherapy and narcotics
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Found 6 volunteer opportunities with Young People, in Tasmania TAS
Use your amazing personality, skills and qualifications to support, develop and empower young Tasmanians living with cancer. We are currently in need of medical, general and psychosocial volunteers who are located in the North and North West of Tasmania for overnight programs and recreation days.
To contribute to the education of youth in the Burnie area by offering them a wide range of activities. To encourage them and provide them with opportunities that may not be normally available to them.
CatholicCare Tasmania delivers Inspire at Home programs across the state in Hobart, Launceston, Devonport, Ulverstone and Burnie. Due to multi-geographic locations, a volunteer team of Community Visitors is required to work under the guidance of the CatholicCare Child Advocate. Collectively the CatholicCare Child Advocate and the Volunteer Community Visitors will work with our young people to promote their rights, interests and wellbeing.
Providing support to young people travelling to or from Canteen programs and events by plane or other public transport to ensure they are safely transited and made feel welcome. The role also include transporting young people to and from programs and events.
The Youth Transitions Mentor is assigned to a young person that has transitioned from St Francis FLC into employment, study, or training, and provides: 1. Holistic support of young people post-transition from St Francis FLC 2. Contributing to the development and implementation of the FLC’s objectives and planning. 3. Contributing to the establishment and maintenance of support post-St Francis FLC
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