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Found 5 volunteer opportunities with Disability Support, in CANBERRA%20CITY

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Volunteer Mentor for Inclusive Volunteering Program

  • Location: City ACT
  • Category: Community Services

Are you interested in supporting individuals as they connect with their community through volunteering? The Inclusive Volunteering Program assists people living with a disability, or mental health condition, and refugees or migrants by finding positive, enriching and sustainable volunteering postions in the Canberra Region

Life in Community (LinC) Volunteer

  • Location: Phillip ACT
  • Category: Health

**NOW RECRUITING FOR JANUARY 2019!!** 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!

Nurse to give training

  • Location: Holder ACT
  • Category: Health

Are you a Registered Nurse that loves educating and training? In this role you will be able to use your skills to train carers, teachers, families and disability workers to give Emergency medication for Epilepsy - Midazolam.

Program Support

  • Location: Charnwood ACT
  • Category: Disability Services

Here at Pegasus we are always looking for people that are suitable for our Equine Facilitated Programs. This role includes but may not be limited to; * supporting our young riders as a horse leader, side walker, or in the stables * assisting in other ways to ensure our programs run efficiently - bus driving, care support roles * assistants in our Day Program - over 18 mental health support group

Clemente Learning Partner

  • Location: Ainslie ACT
  • Category: Community Services

Clemente is a free university education program offered in partnership with Australian Catholic University (ACU). Many individuals who access the Clemente program are striving to deal with complex issues such as mental illness, disability, addiction, unemployment, homelessness, family breakdown or settling into new communities in Australia. Volunteers are utilised on campus in class and off campus directly with students. Volunteers must have completed a bachelor's degree at Uni (or be very clos

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