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248 Disability Support volunteer opportunities in Australia found.

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Coach & Administrative Assistant

  • Location: Kalgoorlie WA
  • Category: Disability Services

Goldfields Disabled Sports are looking for an enthusiastic Coach to train their people in Lawn Bowls, Bocce, Swimming, Softball and Athletics. The people we require as volunteers will have an affinity with disabled persons and be able to set programs and tech people of all ages in the above sports. Ideally, the person would also have a knowledge of Administration techniques to do with a club environment and would be required to assist with the administrative duties as required.

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.

Volunteer - Balmoral Uniting Community Centre, Morningside

  • Location: Morningside QLD
  • Category: Community Services

Being a non-profit program, Balmoral Uniting Community Centre (BUCC) relies heavily on volunteers. BUCC are fortunate to have a dedicated team who go to great lengths to support the work of the Centre. We really couldn’t run all the activities we do, or support the number of clients we have, without our volunteers – and we always need more!

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.

Volunteer Community Access Program Assistant

  • Location: Merrylands NSW
  • Category: Disability Services

Cumberland Council’s Lifestyle and Leisure Links Program supports the physical, social and emotional well-being of young adults with a disability to enjoy mainstream pursuits such as swimming, dancing, music and sailing. It also allows for people with disability to experience fun pursuits with peers, such as dining out, going to the movies and going to live shows. Most of the Lifestyle and Leisure Links Programs happen on weeknights and weekends.