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153 Disability Support volunteer opportunities in Australia found.

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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.

Swimming Instructor/Coach

  • Location: Mandurah WA
  • Category: Disability Services

Experienced swimmers are urgently needed to assist with training and/or coaching at swimming training sessions for children with varying abilities and special needs aged 8-18 years. You would be required to teach basic skills in the water under the instruction and guidance of our qualified coaches. This is for one hour per week on Wednesday from 3.30-4.30pm. No qualifications are required.

Photography Buddy/Mentor

  • Location: Cranbourne South VIC
  • Category: Disability Services

Do you believe that people with intellectual disability should live in an inclusive community where everyone has the same opportunities to participate in community life? If the answer is yes, then perhaps you can help.We are seeking a volunteer to support a young lady with a disability to pursue her love of Photography in Cranbourne South on Mondays.

Peer Support Volunteer - PS My Family Matters (Gisborne & Kyneton)

  • Location: Gisborne VIC
  • Category: Community Services

This role of Peer Support Volunteer with PS My Family Matters requires volunteers to draw on their lived experience of caring for a person with mental health challenges and assist the well being of families and carers of people with a mental illness within the Macedon Ranges region by offering peer support and practical assistance.

Group Leader Assistant

  • Location: Rockingham WA
  • Category: Disability Services

Are you wanting to make a difference in the life of someone with Autism? We are looking for a volunteers who can assist with activities by supervising participants of our programs. Other duties will be preparing materials setting up and packing up activities. You will be working in accordance within our policies and procedures. As a group leader assistant your skills in building rapport with staff and encouraging clients to interact with each other will be appreciated.

Recreation, groups and independent programs.

  • Location: Ballarat VIC
  • Category: Other

Pinarc is looking for volunteers to assist staff and participants in our groups programs. These programs include, sports, arts, cooking, music, wood working, sightseeing, gardening, independent living skills, various social groups, camps and more! Free training and working checks provided for successful applicants. Students seeking experience are encouraged to apply!

Admin Assistant

  • Location: Ringwood North VIC
  • Category: Disability Services

We are looking for a volunteer or work for the dole person who loves doing all things admin and some... This is a very versitile role and you will have the opportunity to learn new things. iDareU is a small not for profit charity who supports people with disabilities and their families. We are looking for someone to help us out 10 - 12 hours per fortnight. Can be partly remote, but you do need to come to the office as well.

Assist with Horses & Riders/Client Care

  • Location: Baldivis WA
  • Category: Disability Services

Assist disabled clients with horse riding sessions. Prepare horses for classes and lead riders, arena set-up, horse training, horse floating. There are also positions which do not invove horse handling such as administration, work on the committee, fundraising, volunteer coordinator etc. Office hours are Tues-Thurs 9.00am - 2.30pm during school terms.

Compliance Officer

  • Location: Liverpool NSW
  • Category: Community Services

iCare Community Services Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation and NDIS registered provider. We look after the needs of those in the community who are disabled, vulnerable, unemployed and the disadvantaged. We aim at creating a great quality of life for our clients as well as making sure that we have a strong team of qualified and trained staff who are able to provide those services to the community.