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St. Martin is a living place for about 25 multiple adults with disabilities. It is located in Klosterneuburg, a town near Vienna in Austria. In Wohnheim St. Martin there are two living groups/communities and several practice rooms, where the clients (inhabitants of St.Martin) work during the day. Our main task is to offer housing and (re)integration into the society for adults with disabilities. This is done mainly through leisure time activities and by offering a working place. As a volunteer you will support the daily routine at Wohnheim St. Martin, creating leisure time activities for the clients, helping with meal times, accompanying the clients on excursions, etc. MORE INFOS:


As a volunteer, you would live at St.Martin, too. This means you are provided meals together with the staff and the clients. Special food arrangements (e.g. vegetarian) are no problem. Klosterneuburg itself is an old town located at the Danube river. You can reach the city centre of Vienna by public transport within 30 minutes. It is surrounded by the Vienna Woods (Wiener Wald), which offers great opportunities for hiking, walking and other outdoor activities.



You will attend Weclome days from Grenzenlos (the coordinating organization) and an on-arrival and mid-term training by the Austrian National Agency. There will also be a Youthpass Workshop, task-related training at the host project, etc.


You should be between 18-30 years old, open-minded and willing to and enjoy work with people with disabilities! You will help with the leisure time program for the clients, e.g make excursions, sports, individual shopping or to do other things. Possible other tasks: Give new inputs to our afternoon program, develop your own small project for/with clients according to your interests (e.g. arts or music), support the staff and the clients with the daily program and activities (e.g. help the clients to cook, with eating, cleaning common room, to dress, watch TV together, etc)

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