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Gateway Centre for Learning
Gateway Centre for Learning and various locations
Help adults with low literacy skills acquire and/or improve basic reading, writing, math and computer skills needed to function successfully in society.
March of Dimes Canada, Peterborough, Aphasia and Communication Disabilities Program
Northminster United Church, 300 Sunset Boulevard Peterborough, ON K9H 5L3
Compassionate adults needed for group consultations  
* Do you have a few hours a week to have meaningful conversations in a fun, lively atmosphere?  
* Volunteers provide support to adults with communication difficulties by participating in group conversation sessions about current events, music, food, art and much more.
South West Local Health Integration Network, London Office, Home and Community Care
Bruce County, Grey County, Huron County, Perth County
Peer Leaders are volunteers in the South West Self Management Program, who facilitate the Living a Healthy Life workshop series for individuals with chronic health conditions. The workshop series contains 6 sessions - each 2.5 hours in length. Workshops are offered in a community setting with groups of 6-15 participants. Leaders are required to facilitate 2 workshops per year. Peer leaders receive paid mileage and honorarium for each workshop they facilitate. 
 
Workshops are held in various accessible community spaces, such as community center and family health offices.
Supportive Care   Bruce County  Grey County 
VON Canada, Ontario Branch, Grey Bruce Site, Supportive Care Services
Bruce and Grey Counties
Supportive care volunteers offer social and emotional support to individuals and families living with a life-threatening or life-limiting illness in Grey and Bruce counties (except Bruce Peninsula) * volunteers offer support for approximately 2-3 hours per week depending on need of individual and family and the availability of volunteers and offer respite for family caregivers and companionship to individuals and help facilitate bereavement groups * support provided in the client’s home, long term care homes and/or hospitals
Orillia Native Women's Group
110 Matchedash St. N
Volunteers are required to help with programs and making sure office duites are kept up to date and looked after. Always looking for First Nations mentors.
Barrie Public Library, Downtown Branch - 60 Worsley St
Barrie
Rencontre d’échanges littéraires et culturelles. Améliorez votre français parlé et rencontrez des gens dans une ambiance décontractée et conviviale. Peu importe votre niveau, venez partager et pratiquer la langue française. Dirigé par une animatrice francophone. Inscription non requise. Ce programme est offert en partenariat avec le Collège Boréal.  
 
Meet with others to discuss French literature and culture. Improve your spoken French in a casual setting. Whatever your level, share and practice the French language.
Orillia Museum of Art and History (The)
Orillia Museum of Art and History (30 Peter St. S)
Gain understanding of exhibition content,  
Respond to inquiries,  
Process sales transactions,  
Assist in upkeep of shop and displays,  
Administrative assistance as required,  
Basic yet confident computer skills are preferred,  
 
Reporting to: Visitor Experiences Coordinator
Alzheimer Society of Simcoe County, Barrie Office
Orillia
The role involves making all arrangements for a monthly lunch in local restaurants, communicating with participants and ensuring a safe, welcoming and supportive environment during the lunch.
Alzheimer Society of Simcoe County, Barrie Office
Simcoe County
Volunteers work with Alzheimer Society Family Support Coordinators in 1) a morning Support Group, 2) an afternoon Support Group or 3) an evening Support Group, depending upon the community.
Parkinson Canada [Central East], Huntsville Area, North Muskoka (Huntsville Area)
Huntsville
POSITION SUMMARY: 
 
To provide education and support at monthly group meetings to persons with Parkinson’s disease, members of their families, and/or their caregivers in dealing with the challenges of living with the condition. To encourage group members to share experiences, ideas and feelings, address challenges, develop supportive friendships and receive current information about Parkinson’s disease.  
 
Duties include: facilitate monthly support group, including planning, set-up, refreshments and speakers.
South West Local Health Integration Network [Central East], Seaforth Office, Home and Community Care
Workshops will be held within your community
We’re looking for: Friendly, outgoing individuals that are living with any number of chronic diseases including Arthritis, Diabetes, Pain, High Blood Pressure, Heart Disease, Stroke, Obesity and more. Working with other Peer Leader volunteers you’ll be trained in delivering the Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Condition Workshop to others in the community who are also living with a Chronic Condition.  
You will: Empower others to better manage their chronic conditions,
Community Living Campbellford/Brighton, Campbellford - Bridge St E, LifeShare
Northumberland County
Community Living Campbellford/Brighton is looking for Family Home Providers (people who choose to share their home with a person who has an intellectual disability). Family Home Providers can be single, couples or families. They receive training, compensation and professional 24 hour support in order to help adults to live more independently in their communities. 
 
CURRENT NEED: Community Living Campbellford/Brighton supports an independent gentleman who is looking for a private living space that is either attached or detached to a caring and supportive person’s home in the COBOURG area. Rent & Compensation Provided
PFLAG Canada, Peterborough Chapter
Peterborough
Volunteers are needed to assist with prepartion of the Pride Brunch and to assist with the parade. 
Set-up 
Food-prep 
Cleaning 
General computer work.
WrapAround Northumberland
Northumberland County
A WrapAround facilitator works closely with the family to develop a plan for achieving goals identified by the family. This plan is based on the unique strengths of the family and plans are flexible to meet the changing needs of the family.  
 
The Wraparound Facilitator’s duties are to: 
• Maintain the integrity of the Wraparound process, making sure that the guiding principles are followed throughout the process 
• Offer unconditional support to the participant and the wraparound team process 
• Help the participant create a positive, strength based team of people whose purpose is to develop a plan of action that supports the Wrap participant(s)in achieving their goals 
• Facilitate the smooth running of the team 
• Help the team develop the plan and implement the plan effectively 
Alzheimer Society of Simcoe County, Barrie Office
Orillia
1. Greet participants upon arrival. Assist with seating if necessary. Provide participants with their name tags. 
2. Assist with assigned tasks such as group discussions, setting up and cleaning up supplies/equipment, providing one-to-one assistance. 
3. Provide encouragement and support to participants during activities. 
4. Ensure safety of participants at all times. 
5. Listen carefully and with respect to the participants.