A Volunteer with the ability to display empathy, compassion and respect the belief and values of others is required to join the team of the Palliative Care Unit. Just listening and being there for the ill person, and family members is of great comfort. Attending to the small details and providing family members and staff your assistance as required.Assist staff with Ward events.
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Provide care and support to patients, carers and families of the Childrens Department upon admission. Treat all patients with dignity and respect. Communicate any concerns to staff leader. Provide support for children when parents need a break. Provide information on where to find toilets/cafes. Assist with the cutting of food at meal times. Stock and tidy nappies/clothing cupboards. Make up sensory kits.Must have strong communication skills, display empathy,compassion dignity and respect.
Many people with long-term mental illness become disconnected from friends and family around them, leaving them socially isolated. You can help address this isolation by becoming a New Horizons volunteer.
Provide care and support to patients, carers and families of the Childrens Department upon admission. Treat all patients with dignity and respect. Communicate any concerns to staff leader. Provide support for children when parents need a break. Provide information on where to find toilets / cafes . Assist with the cutting of food at meal times. Stock and tidy nappies / clothing cupboards. Make up sensory kits. Respect the beliefs and values of all people of all religions and culture.
We are looking for energetic volunteers to join our BRISBANE Street Outreach Service team and to engage, encourage and empower Service Users through the provision of a mobile support, referral and educational services in which those who engage our services feel supported but our Outreach program.
Are you a caring person who would like to offer telephone support from your own home, for those in need?
Cash Housie Attendees play a critical role in supporting a Central West charity organisation. Attendees utilise their friendly demeanor and reliability in attending Cash Housie sessions on a monthly roster. If you want to get involved in the community, find personal fulfillment and support a worthwhile cause, then check out this opportunity!
Do you have strong communication skills and an interest in health care that ensures people's voices are always heard? Join our supportive team at Advance Care Planning Australia to help people make known their future health choices based on their personal values and preferences. Volunteers are a critical part of our team and deliver important community education and presentations. They also operate a national advisory service for both consumers and health professionals.
Are you looking to make a real difference to the lives of individuals? Are you available one day per week? If you are a great communicator and have strong computer skills, we would love to hear from you!
Social Betterment Program Volunteers _ As part of a team we help communities achieve their social objectives.
Tutors required for a small group of boys to motivate and to ensure an understanding of their courses. The tutors are supervised by the Education Manager at all times. During school holiday tutoring will not be required.
Visit a resident who uses “Auslan” sign language for social support to elderly isolated residents.
Communications Assistant for Home Alarm Testing required for social support by calling the client’s phone and prompting them to test their personal alarm. Our clients are aged/disability and some have little contact with the community. Required for Tuesday's for 4 hr shifts
Mosaics – Craft Assistants We are looking for Volunteers to assist Residents with Mosaic art creations. No prior knowledge required, if you love being crafty you will enjoy working within the team.
Our Parkview aged care community at Chermside is looking for Palliative Support Volunteers to assist residents, families and staff in providing ongoing individual support during end of life care.
Has your child/children (of any age) been involved with drugs and/or alcohol? Have you been through hell and back not knowing where to get information and support? Have you had to deal with the loneliness, isolation, stigma and shame; the constant worry of not knowing where they are or if they're safe; the financial burden of paying for treatment or paying off dealers?
This position requires volunteers to be highly sensitive to relatives needs and be able to communicate in times of emotional stress, and as part of the emergency department have the ability to support and comfort relatives and families of patients, especially when there has been a bereavement or acute illness diagnosis.
The key responsibility of the position is to provide assistance to the ICCU staff in supporting patients or families who may benefit from additional support and/or assist with directing relatives to the appropriate services as directed by ICCU staff. Volunteers must approach patients in a professional manner and maintain a high standard of quality service in a confidential manner.
Become an integral member of a dedicated and respected crisis support team. You can be someone who provides immediate assistance to people over the phone who are lonely, desperate and in crisis.
Answer calls from people in crisis who call Lifeline's 13 11 14 telephone crisis service, ensure their immediate safety and relieve their distress
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