Motivation Australia and Scope Global are looking for an Orthotist to support Diabetic Foot Care in Tonga in partnership with the National Diabetes Centre (NDC). The NDC has a multi-disciplinary team, is well established and has good links with the surgical team. There is, however, a gap in their capacity to provide offloading as a… Read more »
Motivation Australia has been enhanced through the dedication and support of our numerous volunteers, members and supporters since our foundation in 2007. Volunteers have provided their expertise in wheelchairs and seating, prosthetics, orthotics, peer to peer mentoring, rehabilitation, health and well being, website development, design, marketing and fundraising.
What can I do? Volunteer positions can be short or long term roles assisting with a wheelchair service training events with our partners overseas; developing resources and materials from home; contributing to our expert clinical and technical panel, or; spending time with us in our Adelaide office.
If you would like to share your skills and join our volunteer team, please contact Lauren Flaherty.
Volunteers will need to adhere to Motivation Australia policies and procedures, including our Child Protection Policy and Code of Conduct. Volunteers will need to provide two character references and may need to provide a police clearance certificate. You can find more information about MA policies here.
Motivation Australia and Scope Global is looking for a Podiatrist or Nurse to support the establishment of a Diabetic Foot Clinic at Tungaru Central Hospital (TCH) in Kiribati as part of the Regional Amputation Prevention Project (RAP-1). Amputations as a result of diabetic foot wounds is a significant, and growing health issue that is impacting… Read more »
Do you understand Google Analytics and have a little time to donate helping us to get the most out of our website? Google Analytics is a free tool that tracks website visit data. Motivation Australia is seeking a cool geek who knows how to read the data (not the tea leaves!) to help us make… Read more »