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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Friendly Visitor in Belgrave with car

  • Location: Belgrave South VIC
  • Category: Community Services

Would you like to visit an older person in an Aged Care Home or own home and make a real difference in their life? We have Gilbert who lives at home on his own in Belgrave and would love a male volunteer visitor on Tuesday or Fridays to talk about horse races, football and TV with older retired farmer, who may also want to go for coffee outings locally if you can drive him. FN or weekly visits with a 12 month commitment are required.

Youth Workers

  • Location: Kenwick WA
  • Category: Young People

The Federation of Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centres (WA PCYC) is looking for enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers to join our Gosnells PCYC. Who We Are: The Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centres (WA PCYC) is a not-for-profit organisation that creates opportunities for young people through the delivery of youth services

Pain Support Group Facilitators - Kingswood

  • Location: Kingswood NSW
  • Category: Health

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.

Pain Support Group Facilitators - Lismore

  • Location: Lismore NSW
  • Category: Health

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.

Pain Support Group Facilitators - Orange

  • Location: Orange NSW
  • Category: Health

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.

Pain Support Group Facilitators - Port Macquarie

  • Location: Port Macquarie NSW
  • Category: Health

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.

Pain Support Group Facilitators - South Sydney

  • Location: Kogarah NSW
  • Category: Health

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.

Pain Support Group Facilitators - Tamworth

  • Location: Tamworth NSW
  • Category: Health

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.

Pain Support Group Facilitators - Southern Gold Coast

  • Location: Coolangatta QLD
  • Category: Health

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.

Pain Support Group Facilitators - Logan

  • Location: Beenleigh QLD
  • Category: Health

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.

Pain Support Group Facilitators - Bellingen

  • Location: Bellingen NSW
  • Category: Health

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.

Pain Support Group Facilitators - Orange

  • Location: Belgravia NSW
  • Category: Health

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.

Pain Support Group Co-facilitator - Townsville

  • Location: Townsville QLD
  • Category: Other

The co-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 twice a month for 1 to 1.5 hours.

Pain Support Group Co-Facilitator - Gold Coast

  • Location: Surfers Paradise QLD
  • 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.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Friendly Visitor Italian

  • Location: Armadale VIC
  • Category: Community Services

Would you like to visit an older person in an Aged Care Home or own home and make a real difference in their life? We have Vince in Armadale. A retired builder and loves horse races, loves checking out the form guide and would enjoy an Italian and English speaking male volunteer who too would enjoy chatting about horses together. Visits will not include outings. He also loves Italian music, family and food. Weekly, FN visits with a 12 month commitment are required.

Pain Support Group Co-Facilitator - Malvern

  • Location: Malvern VIC
  • 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.

Pain Support Group Co-facilitator - Melton, VIC

  • Location: Melton VIC
  • 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.