A home modification to enable people with disabilities, the frail aged, and their carers to remain in their home
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.
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Disability ACT is a part of the ACT Department of Disability, Housing and Community Services, Our vision for people with a disability in the ACT is "All people with disabilities achieve what they want to achieve, live how they choose to live and are valued as full and equal members of the ACT Community" Disability ACT's role is to plan, co-ordinate, facilitate and in some cases funding of services for people with disabilities in the ACT and the people who care for them. The Information Service provides a centralised contact point for people with disabilities, their families and carers and other members of the community seeking information about disability matters within the ACT. Disability ACT also provides respite services for children, young people and adults as well as some supported accommodation services
Centre based respite services are available for people with disabilities from the age of five. ASS operates four houses across Canberra, with two houses for adults, one for children and one for youth.
For information, advice and application forms for public housing. Helps low-income applicants and disabled people to access public housing.
Offers free, confidential, impartial information, and referral to, ACT community and government services through our shopfront, which is run by volunteers. Produces CONTACT book and provides community information on ACT's community services from Contact online at www.citizensadvice.org. Formerly known as Community Information and Referral Service (CIRSACT).
To improve participation of CALD people to community-based services funded by Home and Community Care (HACC) by assisting community based agencies and practitioners to build on initiatives that enhance culturally compentent practices and to ensure that the special need of CALD clients are identified and addressed.
The Reading Writing Hotline is a national telephone adult literacy referral service funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Science and Training and managed by TAFE NSW - Access and General Education Curriculum Centre. Its role is to provide caller with advice and referrals to educational providers offering courses in adult English language, literacy and numeracy.
Provides continence products under DVA RAP scheme, Health and Ageing CAAS, Qld Health MASS and Seniors and other discounts.
Supported employment service for people living with an intellectual disability.
Provides free information about services and products to support people with a disability and people with an ageing related disability, their families, carers and other supporters to self advocate, enabling them to make informed decisions about matters of importance to them in their daily life. Using specialist expertise, staff source information and then filter, interpret and disseminate on request, through a variety of methods for the benefit of the service user. Calls are attended to by friendly and knowledgeable Information Officers who listen to your enquiry and help link to appriopriate service to assist. All calls are treated confidentially.