Found 23 Disability Services volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. Volunteer to support young people with disabilities – Host Programs

    Are you looking to make a real difference in someone’s life? Volunteer with Interchange and Host a young person living with disability. This extends their social network, offers them new opportunities and experiences, and provides a much needed break for their carer. Some volunteers have the young person stay at their place once a month. This also provides the young persons carer with some respite and support.

    Id:136668
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Melbourne VIC
  2. Volunteer to support young people with disabilities – Mentors / Buddy Programs

    Are you looking to make a real difference in someone’s life? Volunteer with the Interchange Network of disability service providers and buddy up with a young person living with disability to spend regular time with them sharing hobbies or interests, going to the movies or a football game, or just hanging out watching your favourite shows at home.

    Id:76373
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Melbourne VIC
  3. Volunteer on recreation activities for children & teens with disability

    Are you looking to make a real difference in someone’s life, learn new skills and have fun doing it? Volunteer with the Interchange Network of agencies and provide support for children and young people with a disability in a range of recreational activities such as youth programs and camps.

    Id:76372
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Melbourne VIC
  4. Administration Assistant - Parent to Parent (P2P)

    We are looking for an enthusiastic and organised volunteer to provide admin support in our friendly office environment. The role includes general administrative tasks, some scanning, and photocopying, answering the phones when our staff are busy, receiving and sorting mail.

    Id:211025
    Disability Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Woombye QLD
  5. Social Group Volunteers - Saturdays Secret Harbour

    Fortnightly Saturdays 1pm to 4pm in Secret Harbour. Our group assistants help young people on the Autism Spectrum with various social activities. Activities include arts, crafts, bowling, laser tag and more. This rewarding opportunity would suit those studying community services, social work, psychology etc

    Id:210743
    Disability Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Secret Harbour WA
  6. Charity Tickets Coordinator

    Brainwave supports 1,400 children with brain illnesses and illnesses and their families across Australia to cope, adapt and thrive. As well as information and advice, therapy and equipment, we provide family activities to enable families to get out of their home and meet other families. Shows and events provide free tickets and we are seeking a volunteer to help us apply for these charity tickets to enable families supported by us to attend.

    Id:210464
    Disability Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Anywhere
  7. Corporate Volunteer - Social Media and Marketing Specialist

    Specialisterne Australia is seeking a passionate and skilled individual to support our organisation as a Corporate Volunteer specialising in Social Media and Marketing. Your expertise in social media management, content creation, and digital marketing will contribute to our overall success in raising awareness of our mission and creating real impact in creating change for neurodivergent individuals and building inclusive workplaces.

    Id:210119
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Anywhere
  8. Telelink Facilitator

    Telelink Facilitator volunteers help support one of the longest running programs to assist people that are blind or low vision to live the life that they choose. The program provides special interest group discussion's for blind and low vision people all around Australia to interact with one another via phone. The volunteer Facilitator is charged with connecting the groups on a regular connection schedule, promotes positive communication between the participants and adds to the discussion.

    Id:181633
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Anywhere
  9. Telelink Administration Group Connection Support

    Telelink Connectors and admin support volunteers help support one of the longest running programs to assist people that are blind or low vision to live the life that they choose. The Telelink program provides special interest group discussion's for blind and low vision people all the way around Australia to interact with one another via phone with a volunteer facilitator. The connection volunteer is charged with connecting the groups on a regular connection schedule.

    Id:181419
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Anywhere
  10. April School Holiday Volunteers

    Spectrum Space will run our Telethon Holidays Makers Program these April school holidays for children on the autism spectrum. Activities include art and craft, video games, sensory play, board games, cooking and more! We are in need of people to help out with the kids and the activities. This opportunity would best suit students studying psychology, community services, counselling and social work.

    Id:209514
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Fremantle WA, Rockingham WA, Marangaroo WA, Midland WA
  11. Volunteer Grant Writer

    Inclusion Foundation is seeking a passionate and dedicated Volunteer Grant Writer to join our team in a voluntary capacity as and when we are writing grant applications. This volunteer role plays a crucial role in securing funding for our programs and initiatives. As a Volunteer Grant Writer, you will contribute to the organization's mission by researching, writing and applying for grants to support our impactful work.

    Id:209213
    Disability Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Anywhere
  12. emotion21 Mover

    emotion21 is a program of the Inclusion Foundation, that provides Australian-first innovative dance and fitness programs for children and young adults with Down syndrome. The benefits of the program are wide-ranging and include health, exercise, social and self-esteem for participants. The Mover supports the dance class teacher to ensure each participant is engaged, learning and receiving valuable and personalised feedback, and can access the full benefits of the program.

    Id:205607
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Plenty VIC
  13. Fishing Volunteer

    Fishability assists children and adults requiring support to experience the joy of fishing with the assistance from trained and experienced volunteers and by using purpose-built motorised rods, reels and fishing rod holders and providing: Organised shore, jetty and boat based fishing activities, acts in an advocacy role in promoting inclusive participation in recreational fishing. Wheelchair accessible vessels for guided river, ocean and estuary fishing trips.

    Id:100008
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Rockingham WA
  14. Social Group Volunteers - Saturdays Fremantle

    Fortnightly Saturdays 1pm to 4pm or 10am to 1pm in Fremantle. Our group assistants help young people on the Autism Spectrum with various social activities. Activities include arts, crafts, bowling, laser tag and more. This rewarding opportunity would suit those studying community services, social work, psychology etc

    Id:206527
    Disability Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Fremantle WA
  15. Volunteer

    We are seeking volunteers who wish to be involved in supporting people living with disability. Inala is a vibrant and creative Rudolf Steiner inspired community made up of our residents and participants, families, friends, staff and supporters. We need your help!

    Id:207938
    Disability Services
    One off - a few hours
    Across: Cherrybrook NSW, Vaucluse NSW
  16. Volunteer Puppy Raiser - Busselton, Dunsborough, Margaret River areas.

    Guide and Assistance Dogs change lives. It is the independence and freedom offered by these dogs to our clients that keeps us going. Our Puppy Raisers look after an 8 to 10 week old puppy, in their home, for a period of 6 to 12 months This requires a degree of physical fitness, which includes being able to negotiate steps, walk 3-5km per day and frequent bending and lifting (up to 20kg). Puppy Raisers expose our puppies to different environments including public transport, shopping centres etc.

    Id:176095
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Busselton WA
  17. Puppy Raiser for Assistance Dogs

    Western Australian Assistance and Therapy Dogs are looking for puppy raisers across WA to assist us with raising our future assistance and therapy dog prospects.

    Id:195282
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Anywhere
  18. Session Support Volunteer - Riding for the Disabled O'Halloran Hill

    Riding for the Disabled SA provides horse riding & related activities for people with a disability aged between three and ninety years! RDASA is seeking volunteers to assist with 'Session Support' which includes: *preparing horses prior to the arrival of participants, *leading horses during sessions, *supporting participants during sessions, *assisting with preparation of activities for centre programs, *and assorted activities related to care & welfare of horses.

    Id:142086
    Disability Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    O'halloran Hill SA
  19. Buddy Program | Interchange Host Program

    Assist a young person with a disability to access recreational activities for a few hours or one day on a regular basis, at least once each month.

    Id:27908
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Geelong VIC, North Geelong VIC
  20. Change your life and spend time with a child/young person with differing abilities - there is nothing more rewarding!

    The Interchange Outer East (IOE) Host Program involves carefully matching a host volunteer with a child/young adult based on mutual liking and acceptance, shared interests and availability, to share time with on a regular basis from just a few hours each month. The young person is welcomed and cared for in the hosts home and supported to make genuine friendships and social connections throughout the hosting experience.

    Id:201237
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Victoria VIC