Found 1022 Disability Services Volunteering Opportunities in Australia

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    Wings Program Activity Volunteer

    WINGS Group Each Friday evening from 4-10pm. This program provides activites and outings for young people with special needs. Volunteers assist with program activities, such as craft projects, karaoke, outings - such as bowling, the movies and lots more! This is your chance to make a difference.

    Id:57977
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Ashfield, WA
  2. Graphic Designer

    You will be working on a variety of projects, print and web design, from concept through to production. You will produce design solutions for print and digital, produce a broad range of collateral including brochures, newsletters, flyers and posters, produce web related files and generate finished artwork for print. You will be responsible for preparing material suitable flyers brochures for advertising and have the ability to assemble text and pictures into flyers that are consistent with ou

    Id:57865
    Disability Services
    Short Term
    Nedlands, WA
  3. Volunteer Cook for Children with Disabilities

    Prepare basic meals for approximately 6 children with a disability at an after school recreation program.

    Id:57815
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Canterbury, VIC
  4. Disability Recreation Volunteer - Support Young People

    Come and have fun on the weekend and school holidays supporting young people with disabilities. Participate in awesome activities such as going to the movies, Luna Park, swimming, bowling and karaoke.

    Id:57091
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Canterbury, VIC
  5. Host Program Volunteer - Disability

    Give a family a break by caring for a child with a disability on a regular basis.

    Id:57093
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Canterbury, VIC
  6. Recreation Group Support Volunteer (Craft Group)

    Come along and assit members of a regular craft group in aspects of needle or craft work e.g. threading a needle, helping in any situation where good eyesight is needed; partner a group member in games especially adapted for people with low vision.

    Id:52866
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Point Clare, NSW
  7. Group Leader Assistant

    If you have a passion for providing social, cognitive and emotional support to people with ASD we would love to hear from you! You will be assisting the Group Leader/Therapist in delivering autism support programs. It is preferable that you have a background in counseling, youth work, social work or a tertiary degree in the health sciences (or working towards one).

    Id:49669
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Nedlands, WA
  8. Could you be a mate to Jack? An interest in go-karting or golf would be a bonus!

    Jack is a friendly man in his early 40s with cerebral palsy. We are looking for a man over 30 to take a personal interest in Jack and be a mate to him. He could really use a friend to help him acquire independent living skills for when he moves out of the family home and to enjoy spending time with, doing the activities he enjoys.

    Id:57370
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Joondanna, WA
  9. Were you inspired by the Dreamhouse? (Menora and Northern and Western suburbs)

    At Citizen Advocacy Perth West we also assist people with intellectual disability but, unlike Kirk, Sarah and Justin, the individuals we assist usually don't have the involvement of a supportive family, so are even more vulnerable and socially isolated. We help by introducing them to a volunteer citizen advocate who acts as mentor, friend or spokesperson (not housemate!) Many citizen advocates work full time but enjoy weaving this flexible voluntary role into their lives.

    Id:55660
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Menora, WA
  10. Were you inspired by the Dreamhouse? (City Beach and Northern and Western suburbs)

    At Citizen Advocacy Perth West we also assist people with intellectual disability but, unlike Kirk, Sarah and Justin, the individuals we assist usually don't have the involvement of a supportive family, so are even more vulnerable and socially isolated. We help by introducing them to a volunteer citizen advocate who acts as mentor, friend or spokesperson (not housemate!) Many citizen advocates work full time but enjoy weaving this flexible voluntary role into their lives.

    Id:55659
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    City Beach, WA