Address: WesleyCare Coomera - 14-18 Esplanade, Coomera, Qld, 4209
Do you like gardening and would like to spend some quality time with young adults with complex needs?
We are looking for a person interested in helping with the general maintenance of garden beds including watering, weeding, planting, pruning, and mowing lawns. This will also include developing friendships with the people we support, sharing experiences, and encouraging them to participate. It’s heaps of fun for all involved!
Volunteer times are available between 9am till 1pm, Wednesday and Thursday.
This role is suitable for people who enjoy gardening and have well-developed interpersonal skills and a caring and empathetic manner. It’s a great way to make a difference in the lives of our young adults with complex needs while making friends, having fun, and learning new skills.
About our Supported Accommodation Services
Everyone should have access to a living environment of their choosing. Our supported accommodation communities offer young people living with complex disabilities the chance to live a normal and dignified life with the support they need to reach their own personal goals.
Wesley Mission Queensland's supported accommodation communities include:
All of these communities are state-of-the-art with high-tech equipment, and 24-hour care and support by registered nurses, carers and therapy assistants. Youngcare, Asher House and WesleyCare also offer an activities coordinator and a qualified cook or chef.
- Asher House in Wynnum
- WesleyCare Jindalee at Sinnamon Park in Brisbane
- WesleyCare Tewantin on the Sunshine Coast
- WesleyCare Coomera on the Gold Coast
- WesleyCare Sinnamon Village at Sinnamon Park in Brisbane
- Youngcare Share House Wooloowin in Brisbane.
The model of care provided at each community is focused on the individual to ensure the needs of every resident are met. This creates an environment where residents can enjoy the meaningful, happy lives they deserve.
To learn more about our Supported Accommodation Services, please visit our website www.wmq.org.au.