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|Position Title||Organization / Program Name(s)||Communities||Duties||Suitable For||Volunteering Location||Police Check|
|Program Assistant||SENACA Seniors Day Program Halton||Assisting staff with group activities such as: bowling, shuffleboard, golf, boccee ball, cards, tea parties, dancing, baking, crafts, music, serving lunches, serving snacks, drama, gardening,discussion groups, helping with laundry, dishes, etc.
Provide one to one conversations with clients, give manicures, read stories, reminisce, play cards,etc.
Bring your own special skills and perhaps start a new interest group.
|Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+) ; Community Groups||Required|
|Woodworking Program||SENACA Seniors Day Program Halton||Lead a small group of men (6-10) who are interested in woodworking, carpentry, and discussion. Do small projects with them. Make the time enjoyable, fun, informative.
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thurs, Fri - facilitate a woodworking/social group of men
|People with a physical disability ; Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Seniors (55+)||53 Bond St. Oakville ( at Kerr/Rebecca Streets) or 2521 Dundas St. West (Palermo) at Bronte Rd.||Required|
|Services For Seniors Volunteer||Allendale Volunteers, Allendale Village||Volunteers are important to us in Services For Seniors! Whether helping in a recreation program such as Bingo, assisting seniors to attend a concert or a play; or visiting with residents and clients, volunteers bring sunshine, laughter, and above all caring to brighten the lives of everyone - residents, clients and staff. A large variety of activities are offered.
Examples of some of the recreational programs available are: crafts, card games, bowling, special outings, special events, dinner/lunch programs, music, baking/cooking, fitness, games, etc
|Youth ; High School Students||Allendale Village, 185 Ontario Street South, Milton L9T 2M4||Required|
|Friendly Visitor||Community Living Burlington||Volunteer with individuals both one to one and in groups. May include reading books, assisting with computer or reading skills, etc. May assist employees while attending events or activities in the community such as; going to the movies, shopping, walks in the community etc.||3057 Mainway, Burlington||Required|
|Student Volunteer||SENACA Seniors Day Program Halton||There are many opportunities for students such as:
1)help with computer work
2)assist staff with one to one activities such as reading, talking, doing manicures, puzzles, crafts, cards
3) assist staff with program activities such as carpet bowling, shuffle board, horseshoes, trivia
4)assist by helping with the day to day organizational chores such as set up, clean up, laundry, tidying, crafts, bulletin boards
5) help with special events such as Christmas party, garage sale, fundraising events.
|Youth ; High School Students||53 Bond Street or Palermo United Church (Bronte Road and Dundas) Oakville, On||Required|
|Out & About Volunteer||Burlington. Parks and Recreation Department, Programs for Individuals with Disabilities||Assist adults (18 & over) who have a developmental delay in community activities.||Adults aged 18 and up||Various locations dependent on planned activity in Burlington||Required|
|Volunteer Mentor (for Internationally Trained Professionals - Trades)||Halton Multicultural Council||Provide an introduction for new Canadians about navigating various career fields and the workplace setting. Mentors work with internationally trained individuals to share their knowledge of the skills, educational requirements, work environments, and lifestyles that accompany all aspects of their career field.||Burlington, Oakville, Milton||Required|
|Communication Volunteer||Halton Aphasia Centre||ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the guidance of the Speech Language Pathologist, the communication volunteer will learn new skills to:
*work with small groups of people with aphasia
*help facilitate or create conditions for conversation and discussion to occur
*encourage the exchange of ideas and opinions among aphasic and non-aphasic members
*bring forth thoughts and new ideas to the group
Other responsibilities may include:
*setting-up materials prior to start of the group as well as assisting in minor clean-up following the session
*informing the SLP in advance when unable to attend a session
*maintaining confidential all information obtained from contact with members of the HAC
|Adults aged 18 and up||Required|