Cooking program supporting participants to learn how to cook, explore different culinary foods and cook healthy.
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Administration assistant needed to assist a small group of participants to learn administration skills, practice reception duties and develop office based skills.
Healthy living and independent living skills developing participants abilities to live independently, learn every day abilities and making healthy choices.
Do you live, work or just do life in the area in the Glen Eira area? Are you artistic and want to make a difference in your community, make new friends, and volunteer for a great cause?
Are you an artist or just interested in art? A volunteer art mentor is needed to support a young woman with an intellectual disability to enjoy creating art.
Many hands needed to help in this community gardener role...bring a friend to volunteer with you!
Do you love to rummage through thrift shops? Have you ever thought about supporting someone with a disability who works in one?? Here's a chance to fulfill both aspirations! We are seeking a friendly and easy-going person who is enthusiastic about volunteering in the disability sector, and is interested in opportunity shops.
We need you! Are you available on a Tuesday afternoon? Are you passionate about education and sharing your knowledge and skills with adults with disabilities? Are you a former teacher, or studying for a degree in education?
Our DesignLab department is seeking a number of enthusiastic and empathetic volunteer facilitators to support people with intellectual disability to form their Support Circles and strengthen social connections. Training and support for this role is provided, as well as the opportunity to bring people together. Could this be for you?? Apply now to find out!
Leisure buddies aims at providing social support and companionship for adults with intellectual disability. If you are interested in hearing their stories and have a couple of hours to spare for weekly or fortnightly outings on weekdays or weekends, then this is the dream volunteer job for you.
Build a friendship and spend leisure time with an adult with an intellectual disability. Various Melbourne suburbs. Please inquire.
Volunteers join a packaging team and assist our employees to complete tasks. Volunteers work alongside our people. There are no dangerous jobs or heavy lifting and the tasks are simple like labelling, folding, packing products into boxes etc.
Are you compassionate and want to make a difference in your community, and volunteer for a great cause? A mature, skilled, fully-qualified counsellor with good communication skills is required to support a bright young man who has an intellectual disability.
OC Connections is a not for profit organisation providing services to over 400 adults in the areas of employment, day support and community living. Our range of specialist support services aims to enhance the quality of life for people with a disability. We advocate for My Life, My Choice and provide rewarding opportunities that support people to achieve their goals, dreams and aspirations.
Community Transport Driver: Provide transport to Aged, frail and disabled • Provide a caring & sensitive attitude to individual clients/passengers and their needs by providing a door to door service • Ensuring the safe and comfortable transport of clients to and from prearranged destinations • Assist passengers when and where necessary if required to provide a safe access and egress from the vehicle using manual handling techniques and restraint devices • To ensure that transport services ar
This year marks 100 Years of Service and we are celebrating with customers, staff and volunteers at our Annual General Meeting on Monday the 22nd October at Melbourne’s Exhibition and Convention Centre.
Become a mentor and change the world for a person with an intellectual disability.
The advocate's role is to befriend of a vulnerable person and help them to improve their quality of life, including to be involved in the wider community.
To assist a personal trainer in a weekly gym training session with a small group of people with intellectual disabilities. What do we all have in common? A love of keeping fit!
Provide respite care for a family caring for a person who is ill or has a disability by taking the p
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