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Found 58 volunteer opportunities with People with disability, in South Australia SA

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Tutor - Adult Literacy - Christie Downs Community House

  • Location: Christie Downs SA
  • Category: Community Services

To assist adult literacy and English Language students on 1:1 basis under guidance of a supervisor. Working with clients from non English backgrounds and others with literacy issues. You must have the ability, willingness and confidence to work with a range of people.

Administration Assistant - Riding for the Disabled - Victor Harbor

  • Location: Victor Harbor SA
  • Category: Disability Services

Do you enjoy working in an office environment with other like-minded volunteers? Like to see young and older persons with disabilities enjoy time interacting with horses and other people? This is what RDA SA offers it's clients however we do need help from volunteers with most tasks. This position is within the office and a person is needed to carry out basic clerical duties.

Grounds Assistant - Riding for the Disabled - Victor Harbor

  • Location: Victor Harbor SA
  • Category: Disability Services

Have a love of horses and enjoy being outside? Do you enjoy gardening and general maintenance of grounds? There is a great position for you at RDSA Victor Harbor - the organisation requires a person to set up the grounds before riding lessons. To have a well-kept garden environment enhances the enjoyment of our riders.

Pain Support Group Facilitators - Adelaide

  • Location: Adelaide Bc SA
  • Category: Other

The facilitator of a pain support group (PSG) helps the group to: share their experiences of living with chronic pain, educate the group about self-management techniques and to effectively use healthcare settings. The PSG provides an avenue for people with pain to socialise with others and reduce the isolation of chronic pain. The group meets once a month for 1.5 to 2 hours.

Office/General Volunteer

  • Location: Hilton SA
  • Category: Community Services

Stroke SA is a non profit organisation based in Hilton SA. Our aim is to provide support and information to people who have had stroke and their carers. We also provide information to individuals and the community to assist in the prevention of stroke and rehabilitation for those with stroke.

Project Support Volunteer

  • Location: Woodside SA
  • Category: Community Services

Be an advocate for volunteering and strengthen community engagement in the Adelaide Hills. Utilise your administration, event management, graphic design, research, IT and/or training skills for purpose.

Gardener

  • Location: Elizabeth SA
  • Category: Community Services

Do you have a passion for gardening? The Elizabeth Mission garden needs an enthusiastic individual to maintain the flower garden and grow an array of herb and vegetables!

Community visitors, Italian speaking volunteers for Multicultural Communities Council of SA ( MCCSA)

  • Location: Adelaide SA
  • Category: Community Services

Italian speaking volunteers are needed to visit elderly people in aged care homes in the Paradise, Salisbury, Woodville, North Plympton, Parkside, Cowandilla, Glengowrie, Linden Park, Campbelltown, Evanston Park, North gate, Angle Park, Woodville and Modbury areas who are lonely and isolated because their language and culture is different to most of the other residents

Community visitor, Croatian speaking volunteers

  • Location: Adelaide SA
  • Category: Community Services

Croatian speaking volunteers are needed to visit people in aged care homes in the following areas Woodcroft, North Plympton, Brompton, Glenelg, Belair, Salisbury,Prospect and Linden Park who are lonely and isolated because their language and culture are different to most of the other residents

Volunteer Board Member

  • Location: Modbury SA
  • Category: Disability Services

TADSA is a state-wide not-for-profit registered charity and voluntary organisation providing solutions for over 40 years to persons with disabilities and the aged. TADSA's unique solutions assist with daily activities at home, work, recreational and educational settings. Our volunteers design, create, modify and repair assistive devices where there is no other commercially available solution.