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Baptistcare Volunteering, Are you a retired healthcare professional? Are you a retired healthcare professional? We are looking for skilled volunteers to engage residents living with dementia in therapeutic everyday activities. Read More Baptistcare Volunteering Volunteering Join our volunteer community and help enrich the lives of the people we care for. Read More Baptistcare Butterfly
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Volunteering Opportunities

Volunteering Opportunities

We have a range of volunteering roles available for people who are passionate about working with seniors. Learn more about our volunteering opportunities.

Current Opportunities

How To Apply

How To Apply?

You don’t need any formal qualifications to become a Baptistcare volunteer, just the desire to help others. Learn more about how to become a Baptistcare volunteer.

How To Apply

Volunteering Benefits

Volunteering Benefits

Volunteering is a two way street and can enrich your life as well as the lives of the people we care for. Learn more about the benefits of volunteering with Baptistcare.

Volunteering Benefits

Why volunteer with Baptistcare?

  • Have a meaningful, positive impact on your community

  • Meet new people and form friendships

  • Share your hobbies and interests

  • Develop your skills and gain new experiences

Why volunteer with Baptistcare?

  • Have a meaningful, positive impact on your community

  • Meet new people and form friendships

  • Share your hobbies and interests

  • Develop your skills and gain new experiences

Help us make a difference

If you would like to become part of our team and have a positive influence on the lives of the people we care for, then we would love to hear from you!

Contact Volunteering
Call us on 1300 660 640

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Feature Story

Demystifying Aged Care Podcast - Episode 05

Ep. 5: The importance of connection

As humans, we naturally crave connection with others and perhaps never more so than when we enter our latter years. While there’s no medical prescription to treat loneliness and social isolation, the gift of time from strangers is proving to be a powerful antidote for residents living in aged care facilities. Joining Graham Mabury to share their stories are aged care resident Alister Milne and his wife Jill Milne, and Ruth Bell, a retiree who is delivering joy and connection to aged care residents through volunteering.

What can we do to help prevent our older community members feeling isolated or alone? This episode of Demystifying Aged Care puts a spotlight on the importance of connections as we age.

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Baptistcare is a not-for-profit organisation providing residential aged care, home care services and retirement living in Perth and WA.

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