Attend a family home along, with other friendly volunteers, to assist with basic exercises & stretches necessary for a young man after a car accident. No experience necessary.
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Assisting Carer's of Disabled Clients to prepare for horse riding and side walk to protect rider Train to lead horses Train to become a Level 1 coach (approx 2 years)
Join our swimming program and be involved in a very rewarding experience assisting students with various disabilities in the pool. The classroom teacher is the team leader and classes have a team of people supporting them, including a teacher, education support staff, therapists, and other volunteers.
In schools Mentors are required - looking for amazing community-minded people to do great things for young people in Melbourne’s western region.
Tandem cycle with a middle-aged blind lady living in Geelong for 2-4 hours every fortnight on Saturdays. Cycling experience essential
Accompany a young blind man in a wheelchair on a slow weekly walk.
The primary purpose of ER workers is to provide an effective, equitable and accessible service for any person who requires it.
Bus driver is required by Laverton Community Café to pick up clients from Aged Care Home. Every Friday for approx. 2 hours.
Community Transport Driver: Provide transport to Aged, frail and disabled • Provide a caring & sensitive attitude to individual clients/passengers and their needs by providing a door to door service • Ensuring the safe and comfortable transport of clients to and from prearranged destinations • Assist passengers when and where necessary if required to provide a safe access and egress from the vehicle using manual handling techniques and restraint devices • To ensure that transport services ar
Volunteers needed to support Round 1 of the Boccia Tri Series, 2018. Saturday 25 August 2018. Full training provided, come join all the fun and excitement. Boccia (pronounced "bot-cha") is a bowling game for players of all ability levels (similar to the Italian game of ‘bocce’). It requires concentration, strategy and accuracy rather than strength. Boccia can be played socially and competitively up to Paralympic level!
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.
Drivers are required to collect the bus from Lane Ford at 8.00am and to go to various Mandurah schools to collect children to take them to Pinjarra then return them to school after their lessons, returning the bus to Lane Ford when completed. Drivers with a manual clean C Class licence, caring nature and cheerful disposition are needed to transport children from school in Mandurah to RDA venue in Pinjarra.
We are looking for Volunteers to join our existing force of 'Everyday Super Heroes' in the area of housekeeping. This rewarding role would suit applicants who are passionate about helping Ronald McDonald House Charities North Australia support seriously ill and injured children and their families. As one of our House Heroes, you will be assisting in keeping our Ronald McDonald House sparkling clean and tidy for guests and families.
Would you like to provide assistance with client’s and social outings at Uniting AgeWell’s Community Day Centre? You can offer companionship and friendship to clients by assisting with group activities, escorting them on social outings, helping with ordering meals and providing support to clients during the outing.
Myrtle Cottage in Ingleburn. This role will include hand manicuring on a Wednesday and a Friday from 10am – 12pm.
The primary way this position contributes to the objectives of the organisation is by administratively supporting the Team Opportunity and Development Officer. This is achieved through phoning all chinese speaking clients listed on the run to confirm whether or not they are attending the activities and any other general office administration.
Help a stroke-affected member of the community to navigate the public transport network in Geelong. This position involves meeting stroke survivors at their homes and accompanying them on their public transport journey, providing assistance where needed. Volunteers will be helping to empower stroke survivors to travel independently with confidence.
The Volunteer Companion provides support to our frail clients who have a mobility issues or dementia whilst they are attending their medical appointments. The aim of the position is to provide companionship and assist clients with some or all of the following: Navigation of the medical centre, assistance at the medical centre reception, booking future appointments and rendezvous with ASCT or a taxi for return trip home.
Perfect for anyone who wants to have fun while helping the community. Not only will you be assisting clients on and off the vehicle, you will be making new friends, and experiencing new adventures.
Why not volunteer a day or two, and meet new people while helping the community. You will also gain valuable experience and knowledge.
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