Assist Diversional Therapist to prepare and supervise activities.e.g. Quizes, Cards, Memory Games, Cooking, Arts & Craft
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We are looking for a lovely volunteer who would like to work with children in an Early Intervention Group. Great for a retired teacher to use skills or some one enjoys singing, stories or music.
A local organisation seeks someone with great people skills, empathy and administrative skills.
TERM 3 Are you a fun fit person who would love to make a real difference in the lives of people with a disability? Are you energetic and passionate about working with kids and teens? Do you enjoy getting out into the community, meeting new people and socialising? Looking for a volunteering role where you’ll meet new people and develop new skills? If this sounds like you, apply now for this rewarding opportunity with our fantastic Physiotherapy Team at Tuggerah.
Support the running of a busy community centre at The Entrance **This opportunity comes to you via Volunteering Central Coast. Please ring 4329 7122 to make a booking for either a face to face or telephone interview se we can refer you for this role or visit our Volunteering Central Coast website and submit you interest**
With your assistance as a mini-bus driver, residents from HammondCare Hammondville will enjoy short outings as you drive them on short local trips for 1-2 hours. You will be accompanied with care staff who will look after the residents personal care needs.
Come together with the residents in HammondCare North Turramurra to knit and crochet. Be rewarded as you spend time with other people who are interested in this activity as you enjoy each others company
The Meet & Greet volunteers will greet clients, promoting the welcoming environment of The Salvation Army, & direct them to their appointment with our Case Workers, refer clients to other services, or provide food parcels of other forms of material aid relief.The Meet & Greet role provides the initial point of contact for clients accessing Community Support Services for Emergency Relief.
Court Network is a voluntary service that provides support, non-legal information, and referrals to court users. Court Network prides itself on supporting all people at court with respect and empathy.
Would you like to visit an older person in an Aged Care Home and make a real difference in their life? We have a delightful lady in Neerim South who would benefit from your friendship. She enjoys having company and someone to talk to. Contact us to learn more about this great opportunity and other opportunities across Victoria and NSW.
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