Aspire Early Intervention is private early intervention service dedicated to assisting you in bringing out the full potential of your child, regardless of the difficulties they may face in socialising and learning language, playing and other skills.
Home delivered meal service especially for the aged and disabled. We cook Vegetarian, Diabetic & Vitamised meals as well.
A home modification to enable people with disabilities, the frail aged, and their carers to remain in their home
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Offers information, respite, counselling and social support to all carers who provide care and support for a parent, partner, child or friend who has a disability, mental illness, chronic condition or who are frail aged. Young carers program, Employed Carers, Mental Health Respite, Flexible Families, Indigenous Carers Program CALD program, Mature Carers, Respite Links. Carer Education , Social Groups and events.Fees for some services.
The CP Helpline is operated by The Spastic Centre, it is a confidential telephone information and support service for anyone with questions or concerns about Cerebral Palsy. It is staffed by experienced and qualified personnel.
Providing Community Education, Talkshops and Training Packages relating to Autism Spectrum Disorders, Person Centred Planning and Creating Inclusive Communities to Families, Schools, Childrens' Services, Disability Services, Community organisations and interested public. Futures planning for people with disbilities and their families, include PATH (Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope), MAPS and development of personal profiles and essential lifestyle plans. For further information, please feel free to contact the above during office hours. Published items for sale include The Social and Friendship Skills Program, Classroom Visual Aids and other Visual Support Items. Visual aids made on request.
Community based organisation providing a range of services to reduce the incidence of cancer and to provide information and support for those affected by a diagnosis of cancer. Services include: Cancer Helpline, information booklets, library, facilitated support groups, volunteer peer assistance and the wig service.
The Elder Abuse Information Line provides support, information and referral to services that may assist with abusive situations. This service is available to older people, their family, friends and others who are concerned about elder abuse. This line also assists service providers who work with older people who may be experiencing, or at risk of abuse.
A system linked to a person's phone that enables them to push a button on a pendant or other trigger device to call for help.
Daily telephone reassurance service to reduce social isolation for individuals in the community.
24 hour telephone counselling and referral service for all and for any reason. Support for people affected by suicide, contemplating suicide or self harming. Service is provided by volunteers
A 24-hour telephone information and support service staffed by trained and experienced advisers. The support provided includes: * Understanding & support for people with dementia, their families & carers. * Practical information & advice * Up to date written material about dementia * Information about other services * Details of the full range of services provided by Alzheimers Australia ACT The adviser you speak to may suggest some next steps for you. This could be in the form of written material to begin with or to make an appointment to meet one of the counsellors.
Dementia helpline provides * Specialist information on dementia * Understanding and support for people with dementia, their families and carers and professionals * Practical information and management strategies * Up to date written material about dementia * Information about other services statewide * Details on the full range of services provided by Alzheimer's Australia. Information can be mailed out or downloaded off the website and is available in other languages.
The service is designed to assist consumers, carers, students, and those working in the mental health field. It is designed to assist individuals with their queries on mental health or refer them to a particular organisation that may be able to offer specific support. To ensure maximum ease and quality of information for those accessing the service, the service liaises with other service providers including hospitals, Community groups and neighbourhood community centres. Keeps a professional reference library including brochures and videos on mental health.
Irritable Bowel Information and Support Association (IBS) is a self help organisation for people suffering IBS. Membership is open to anyone (joining fee $10, annual membership sub-scription $20, $17 if on a pension). A diagnosis by a medical practitioner is recommended. IBS affects the nerves and muscles of the bowel, and is classified as a functional gastrointestinal disorder. Nerves become over sensitive and muscles may not work in unison, causing abdominal pain and irregular bowel movements.
The Leukaemia Foundation provides support for patients with leukaemia and other related blood disorders. A telephone information and counselling service is available Mon-Fri 9-5pm. Practical assistance is available on an individual needs basis and is assessed by working in consultation with your doctor and health professionals. Transport services are available with several courtesy vehicles operating throughout NSW to take patients to and from hospitals. Free temporary accommodation is available for those travelling to treatment close to major treatment centres in NSW and ACT. Other forms of accommodation assistance can be organised for families who have to relocate from rural and regional areas.
Confidential telephone information/counselling service on Erectile Dysfunction and other sexual concerns. Referrals can be made to General Practicioners specialising in sexual functioning, sex therapists and counsellors.
A National Service that provides free information, support referral and advocacy for those with kidney disease as well as carers, friends and family. This service does not constitute medical advice and is intended for informational referral purposes only.
Support & education of eczema suffers, along with the wider community, in all aspects of eczema & it's impact.Booths at Gluten Free Food & Allergy Show, Baby Expo & Exzcema Awarness Week