Found 110 Disability Support volunteering opportunities in Western Australia WA

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  1. Social Group - Activity Assistant

    The Town of Bassendean Seniors and Disability Services provides Centre-based activities promoting physical activity, cognitive stimulation and emotional wellbeing. We need a Centre-based Program Assistant to help with the running of our activities.

    Id:154844
    Community Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Ashfield WA
  2. Volunteer Kitchen Assistant

    Assist in the kitchen with making morning tea and lunch time meals.

    Id:161605
    Community Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Beechboro WA
  3. Fishing Volunteer - Albany

    Do you have a love for the outdoors, particulary fishing or boating, but more importantly do you enjoy assisting others to participate in the community?

    Id:111144
    Recreation
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Albany WA
  4. Allied Health Professionals

    Our clinic is for all ages, providing clinic-based work as well as hands on therapy. We would love to have you as part of our team.

    Id:163388
    Young People
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Meelon WA
  5. Golf Caddy

    Supporting vision impaired and blind golfers by providing golf caddying services

    Id:28756
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Claremont WA
  6. General Helper/Horse Groomer/Stable Hand

    Feeding, grooming & tacking up horses, maintaining equipment, general maintenance work and other duties.

    Id:992
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Carine WA
  7. Volunteer Camp - Day Program Support

    Cahoots requires enthusiastic people aged 18+ to assist young people with disability on camp or in our school holiday programs. These recreational activities provide much needed respite for families and carers and gives you the opportunity to learn and grow in a fully supported environment. As a volunteer you will assist young people with personal care & participating in activities while encouraging to socialising and having fun! At Cahoots we focus on a person’s ABILITY, not their disABILITY

    Id:158685
    Disability Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Osborne Park WA
  8. A Mate for Roger

    Roger works full time as a data processor. He is in his 40s and lives with his elderly mother in Duncraig. With autism he finds it difficult to establish friendships. He loves all kinds of sports and is a keen Eagles supporter. He would welcome someone to watch and discuss sport with occasionally on the weekends. He would also like to get out of the house more, perhaps for a coffee. Over time, you would become a trusted friend to Roger who could advocate for him when the need arises.

    Id:100656
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Duncraig WA
  9. Volunteer Activities/Outings Assistant

    Work with Activities Organisers to prepare and present activities to either individual or groups of consumers with Social Centres or on Outings Help elderly consumers maintain their independence and stay in their own homes

    Id:163135
    Community Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Harvey WA
  10. Why not help with horses and their riders?

    Are you a horse lover? Would you like to help others, find out what makes horses so special?

    Id:49859
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Pinjarra WA
  11. Social Support- WAROONA

    A friendly social support person to get our residents to feel part of the community.

    Id:35023
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Waroona WA
  12. Volunteer Administrator/Office Assistant - NDIS - Guildford

    The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a scheme of the Australian Government that funds costs associated with disability. People Who Care have been supporting people in the community who have disabilities for over 40 years and offer services and support for our NDIS clients. People Who Care require the valued services of an office administration Super Star for our Guildford office.

    Id:158977
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Guildford WA
  13. Massage and Reiki Therapist.

    We are passionate about improving the quality of life for our members and we have a wonderful group of volunteers that partner with us to help enhance their lives. If you are interested in promoting mental health and improving the quality of life for those who suffer with an invisible illness, then we need YOU!!

    Id:156269
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Rockingham WA
  14. Podiatrist.

    Are you a qualified podiatrist with a couple of hours per week to spare? What type of Podiatrist are we looking for? A passionate, compassionate, flexible, adaptable and talkative therapist. Excellent communicator with even better people skills. If you are someone who wants to be the best therapist possible then please apply . . . we can make this happen.

    Id:156410
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Rockingham WA
  15. Nail Technician.

    We are looking for a nail technician to provide manicures, pedicures and nail enhancements for our members who live with invisible illnesses and deal with chronic health challenges. You MUST be cool, have energy, be compassionate and aren't afraid to step out of the box.

    Id:156443
    Community Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Rockingham WA
  16. Hairdresser.

    Wanted: A hairdresser with a passion like ours ……. We are looking for qualified hairdresser's to provide haircuts etc for our members (men, women and children) who live with invisible illnesses and deal with chronic health challenges. You MUST be cool, have energy, be compassionate and aren't afraid to step out of the box. If you are doing your apprenticeship we still encourage you to apply.

    Id:156444
    Community Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Rockingham WA
  17. FrienDS For Life Volunteer

    We are seeking enthusiastic volunteers for DSWA's FrienDS For Life to spend time with 11 – 17yr olds with Down Syndrome in real life situations enjoying time with peers at variety of events in Perth metro area. Our events occur 3 times a school term. Volunteers will help to evolve the social interaction of members and help them reach their potential by demonstrating social cues to follow in a variety of public spaces.

    Id:158019
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    South Perth WA
  18. Camp Leader

    Responsible for ensuring Cahoots programs are delivered at the highest quality and to work with their participants to engage them in fun and meaningful activities, supporting them to achieve their goals.

    Id:119530
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bunbury WA
  19. Connecting with Jamie

    Jamie is an easy-going, young person in his mid-20’s. He enjoys music and watching marvel and horror movies. Jamie would like to connect with a confident person that will become a trusted friend and speak up for him when required. He needs an advocate with non-verbal communication skills. He lives in supported accommodation in Coolbinia. Jamie has an intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, is non-verbal and uses an eye gaze device to communicate.

    Id:135856
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Coolbinia WA
  20. Encouraging Eve

    Eve is a friendly lady in her late 40’s with a mild intellectual disability, living independently in the Osborne Park area. The West Coast Eagles and travel are two of Eve’s big passions, but she has not been able to go on holiday lately due to COVID-19. Eve would like a friend that she can spend some time with planning things that she can look forward to.

    Id:139267
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Osborne Park WA