Assist disabled clients with horse riding sessions. Prepare horses for classes and lead riders, arena set-up, horse training, horse floating. There are also positions which do not invove horse handling such as administration, work on the committee, fundraising, volunteer coordinator etc. Office hours are Tues-Thurs 9.00am - 2.30pm during school terms.
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Assist male client (aged around 40) to read and write letters. This is the client's main way of communicating with friends and family and people in his community.
Cerebral Palsy Alliance’s Help at Home program is seeking reliable and enthusiastic volunteers to provide practical in-home support for families caring for a child with a disability living in Sydney's northern region.
Can you spare a few hours of your time to provide much needed assistance for respite staff helping those members of your community that need support?
Are you looking for something worthwhile to do at the weekend?
Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you love talking to people? Would you like to help support people who are blind or have low vision to live the life they choose? If so, this is the role for you. Vision Australia is seeking a volunteer to support our over 65 women's social group in the Bowral/Mittagong area on a Tuesday every three weeks.
Are you friendly, approachable and want to support teenager with disabilities? If so becoming a Vacation Care Assistant is for you!
Are you a born and bred performer? Do you fancy yourself as a thespian? Does performing arts make you ‘Screech’ with excitement? Do you love working behind the scenes and helping?
Hydrotherapy Volunteers for Special School Hydrotherapy Program. Supporting students with a disability in the pool during hydro sessions.
Disability Macarthur Family Support & Care is seeking volunteers in the Campbelltown, Camden, and Wollondilly areas to provide support for adults and children with disabilities.
Are you a friendly person with a positive attitude? Are you interested in helping members of your community with low vision or blindness? Read on!
Our gorgeous Garbutt Recycled Clothing Store is seeking volunteers to join our team! We are seeking volunteers to help with the day to day running of our shop on Woolcock St, Woolcock Centre. Tasks would include but not be exclusive to; Assisting customers with their purchases, receiving and sorting donations, operating the register, cleaning and sorting of product. Full training will be provided.
Mini bus driver (12 seater bus) to transport clients to regular Pathways activities, shopping and monthly outings.
Goldfields Disabled Sports are looking for an enthusiastic Coach to train their people in Lawn Bowls, Bocce, Swimming, Softball and Athletics. The people we require as volunteers will have an affinity with disabled persons and be able to set programs and tech people of all ages in the above sports. Ideally, the person would also have a knowledge of Administration techniques to do with a club environment and would be required to assist with the administrative duties as required.
Experienced swimmers are urgently needed to assist with training and/or coaching at swimming training sessions for children with varying abilities and special needs aged 8-18 years. You would be required to teach basic skills in the water under the instruction and guidance of our qualified coaches. This is for one hour per week on Wednesday from 3.30-4.30pm. No qualifications are required.
Undertake cleaning duties associated with the preparation of a Heritage Train used for the weekly restaurant service. Various cleaning tasks at the station precinct.
Great opportunity for people who like being around horses and opportunity to assist disabled riders also.
Can you spare 1-4 hours early in the evenings during the week or a Saturday morning to help disabled people learn and enjoy sport.
Would you love to share your creative skills? Opportunity to volunteer with a registered NDIS organisation that supports people to live the very best life!
Assisting Carer's of Disabled Clients to prepare for horse riding and side walk to protect rider Train to lead horses Train to become a Level 1 coach (approx 2 years)
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