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Primary School - Arts, craft or good old fashioned knitting and crochet

  • Location: Dayton WA
  • Category: Education & Training

Are you interested in supporting young students with those life enriching arts and craft skills. As a support for the teaching staff you will be introducing the students to a range of skills outside their core reading, writing and maths. Bring along whatever you have a passion or interest in that will add to the richness of experiences and education we want to provide to our students. You will be fully supported by the School Chaplain/Counsellor and staff

StrokeSafe Administration Volunteer

  • Location: Sydney NSW
  • Category: Other

Stroke is one of Australia’s biggest killers and a leading cause of disability amongst adults. There are approximately 56,000 new and recurrent strokes each year in Australia with one occurring every 9 minutes. Stroke affects people of all ages but predominantly occurs in the elderly. There are almost 475,000 people living after stroke in Australia. Despite public misperception, there are proven treatments for stroke prevention and recovery.

Practical and emotional support for older patients in hospital

  • Location: Randwick NSW
  • Category: Health

As a ReViVe Volunteer you will be doing something worthwhile as you provide emotional and practical support to patients on the Aged Care wards at Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick, Sydney. Volunteers receive comprehensive training and ongoing support from an experienced coordinator. Please leave a contact number so that I can chat to you.

Bring smiles to patients with creative art experiences

  • Location: Randwick NSW
  • Category: Seniors & Aged Care

On Wednesdays a small team of volunteers facilitate art and craft / creative activities for patients on the Aged Care Rehabilitation ward at Prince of Wales Hospital. Activities are undertaken either in a group or 1:1 at the bedside. Volunteers find they enjoy and benefit from their interactions with the patients, as much as the patients themselves.