Found 6 Mentoring & Advocacy Disability Support, volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. CAWS Together We Can Mentor/Befriender

    Help people with disabilities who are socially isolated to make friends and access community activities

    Id:162289
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Mount Druitt NSW, Rooty Hill NSW, St Marys NSW
  2. CAWS Together We Can Mentor/Befriender

    Help people with disabilities who are socially isolated to make friends and access community activities

    Id:157635
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Blacktown NSW, Lalor Park NSW, Mount Druitt NSW, Parramatta NSW
  3. A Friend for Gemma

    We are seeking a confident and kind lady in the Thornlie area, to be a co-advocate to Gemma alongside her existing advocate. Gemma is a lovely lady in her 40’s with an intellectual disability. She is non-verbal but has her own way of communicating. She has supportive staff in her group home that can help teach you these communication techniques. Gemma is sociable and likes to get out and about. She enjoys girl time and has a love for jewellery, nails and hair.

    Id:158284
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Thornlie WA
  4. Citizen Advocate - West Ryde, # 151867

    Make a real difference to the life of an isolated person with intellectual disability this role can be done safely within COVID guidelines.

    Id:151867
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - less than 6 months
    West Ryde NSW
  5. Volunteer Legal Manager

    Are you interested in joining a team of volunteers raising funds and awareness about a rare condition called FOXG1? FOXG1 is a charity dedicated to helping individuals living with FOXG1 and their families. The hours for this role are 5 to 10 hours per week. If you are interested, please apply now!

    Id:157661
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Perth WA, Adelaide SA, Darwin NT, Brisbane City QLD, Melbourne VIC, Sydney NSW
  6. Use your camping skills to assist people of all ages with a disability

    People Outdoors, a branch of the Australian Camps Association, was established in 1989 to provide outdoor recreation for people of all ages with physical or intellectual disabilities. The Australian Camps Association is a registered NDIS service provider certified with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and accredited with the Quality Tourism Framework. Camp programs include overnight through to week long residential camps and provide people with disabilities the opportunity to

    Id:150384
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Victoria VIC