A recreational program where volunteers assist staff with children and youth during session by participating in group activities, modeling positive social interaction and encouraging the children and youth to have fun.
A social skills program where volunteers support individuals aged 2-25 with Autism Spectrum Disorder in participating in lessons and facilitated activities.
Adult Day Support
Volunteers provide support to staff; by pairing with the clients during group activities and helping with additional support whilst staff facilitate curriculum or program/behavior plans.
We could not host events for our community without the vital help of our volunteers! From setting up and packing up on the day to helping out with various activities and games. The two main events held that need your help are the holiday party in December and the family picnic in August.
During our Summer/Winter/March Break camp, volunteers assist staff working directly with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in a day camp setting. A limited number of opportunities are also available for volunteers aged 16 and 17.
What we need from you
- Completed application form Click here - https://timecounts.org/gca-volunteer
- Attend an Interview
- Mandatory one step TB test (within the last 12 months and must be completed prior to volunteering) and police check as conditions of volunteering