Support and assist vision impaired people
- Date Posted
- 13 August 2021
- Community care & community support
Roles and responsibilities
Make new friendships, learn new skills and make a positive difference.
Volunteers are required to provide a range of services to support blind and vision impaired members of Beyond Blindness in the Barossa region.
- create a small group to visit places of interest with members
- transport to medical appointments and shopping
- provide transport and social support for people who are blind or vision impaired
- minor home maintenance and one-on-one social support
Hours: 2 to 6 hours, once weekly
Induction training provided
You need to have good organisational and communication skills and have empathy towards people with a disability.
About Beyond Blindness - Blindness Welfare Association of SA
It was during the depression years of the 1930s that the blind of South Australia formed their own organisation – The Blind Welfare Association also known as Beyond Blindness. For over 75 years the organisation has continued to provide a range of services for people who are blind or vision impaired.
Beyond Blindness ‘s focus is to promote and assist our members in maintaining their independence and individual lifestyles.