We are looking for a calm, understanding person to be with Lydia during the occasional planning meeting or appointments during the week with health professionals to allay her fears and aid her understanding.
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Are you a caring, cheerful, assertive person? Are you comfortable hanging out with someone who is non-verbal and speaking up for them? Do you live near Morley and could be an advocate for Ben? Then this could be the role for you!
Are you looking for a low key voluntary role on an occasional evening midweek? You might play a game and have some fun yourself whilst monitoring the well being of a man with mild disability who lives alone in Mt Claremont.
We are seeking Enjoyment Creators for DSWA's Aim High Club to spend time with 18 - 37yr olds with Down Syndrome in real life situations enjoying time with peers at variety of events in Perth metro area for 3-4hrs weekly. Volunteers will help to evolve the social interaction of members and help them reach their potential by demonstrating social cues to follow in a variety of public spaces
Help improve the condition and health of our reserves and learn new skills along the way.
To continue to provide our services at no or low cost to those in desperate need of assistance, fundraising is a key function. It is desirable that applicants have relevant experience in event coordination, marketing, media and with Not for Profit. You must have strong team working skills, strategic thinking, be motivated and have effective communication skills, both written and verbal.
Do you have life skills and experiences that you are willing to bring to our participants at Essential Personnel? Essential Personnel is an incorporated not-for-profit and charitable organisation which provides services to people with disabilities. We are currently seeking skilled volunteers that are interested to pass on their skills and knowledge to our valued participants.
Looking for someone to assist a male customer with reading and writing letters. This customer lives in a shared accommodation with other customers, and likes to write letters to his mum. A couple of hours a week or fortnight.
This role provides a wide variety of administrative support to the Directions office through the overall coordination of the Office Coordinator.
This lady lives in Bassendean in a shared house and she would like to get out and about into the Community to explore new things. She likes to swim and enjoys her meals and eating out. She may also wish to stay at home and enjoy activities in the house.
This male customer would like some company on a Saturday or Sunday to take him bowling, to the movies or just to hang out for a couple of hours.
Assistance with organising and co-ordinating events for not-for-profit. The SFC offers a place of belonging for everyone in the community to make friends and develop the skills to reach their potential. The club meets on a regular basis and aims to organise a variety of events and recreation programs to include those living with special needs.
We are looking for someone to co-ordinate our "Chill Out Mondays" Program with a view to expanding the program (or similar) on other days of the week. The program runs during school term time only and is an arts/crafts class for persons with special needs.
Do you enjoy gardening and being in nature? Then this could be an ideal voluntary role for you, befriending a socially isolated lady in East Victoria Park.
We are seeking a patient lady to become a trusted friend and mentor for Renata whilst building her self-confidence and independent living skills. Renata recently moved south of the river and is yet to build a social network. She is in her early 30s, has a mild intellectual disability and does not feel confident using public transport. Renata has a bubbly personality and loves children. She would love a local lady to take a personal interest in her.
Do you have contacts in the right places? If so, we want to hear from you!! We are looking for a committed and empathetic community member with media/PR experience to join our dynamic board of management.
Get Funky! Are you looking for a unique Volunteering role? We are seeking individuals looking for a rewarding experience with a genuine desire to support people with disabilities. These diverse roles suit potential Volunteers interested in giving participation and support opportunities to our members with social, recreational and community activities.
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 centres. We are looking for volunteers who love fishing and who enjoy helping others to develop independence and experience the excitement of catching a fish.
Get behind the wheel for a person who would'nt be able to get to their appointments or social occasions without YOU!
ECHO Community Services is a not for profit Home Help organisation that provides care to people who are frail aged and people who have a disability to enable them to live in their own home with dignity while still maintaining their independence. Help us support ECHO clients by taking them shopping and spending time with them.
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