Employment services for people with disabilities requiring a consistent level of support to obtain or maintain employment.
A home modification to enable people with disabilities, the frail aged, and their carers to remain in their home
Legal service for people with a disability who have been treated unfairly or discriminated against because of their disability.
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CanTeen supports, develops and empowers young people living with cancer by providing a high quality Australia-wide peer support network of young people living with cancer. CanTeen provides opportunities for the Members to come together to share experiences, have fun, offer resources, promote understanding, well being and leadership.
A free, confidential, non-government, volunteer home visiting service providing support to parents in their own homes. EDfP believe parents have the right to be supported and encouraged in their roles, so both children and parents can experience the benefits of being a family. Funded by the Tasmanian State Government.
CHATS is a social support visiting service to isolated older people living in their own homes. It aims to provide social support and companionship to people who want and would benefit from social contact. Available for persons living within a 35km radius of the Hobart GPO. Service can be provided beyond this distance if volunteers are available.
Senior Citizens Club for people over 50 years offering social activities and entertainment, such as indoor bowls, snooker and cards. Toilets are wheelchair accessible.
Provides community health and home support services.
Social activities and entertainment such as bingo, indoor bowls, snooker, keep-fit exercise classes, dancing, concerts and outings.
Use of music and movement and associated equipment to enable people with disabilities or people with limited mobility to express themselves in whatever way they can. Special sessions for the elderly and for children. Relaxation and meditation sessions. Training workshops for diversional therapists.
Bridgewater Community Centre is the community's advocate for change in areas of housing, employment, education, health and safety and community development. Offers recreational activities and training.
This club offers social activities such as outings, cards and games.
The service offers support through organised activities, including: shopping excursions and outings, social lunches, physiotherapy and massage treatments, and library and social contact groups.
Group meets on the second Tues of each month at 11am at the Top of the Town. An informal get together is followed by lunch. Guest speakers are often invited to attend. Arthritis Field Officer attends some meetings. Special events organised during the year. These include Casino bus trips and Bingo days.
Provides opportunities to the public and a meeting place for company and support including referrals, craft classes, life skills programs, cooking classes etc. Free child care available for those attending classes.
Fostering quality participation in sport and recreation. Aims to enhance the well being of all Tasmanians, and increase the social and economic benefits to the state. Life Be In It Programs. Youth At Risk. Encouraging a more active lifestyle for men and women aged 35 - 44. Active Tasmania :1800 252 476
Easy Access Australia is a travel guide for people with a disability or mobility difficulty, and is also a good general guide to Australia. It is written by Bruce Cameron (who has a complete c5/6 spinal injury and uses a wheelchair), and aims to meet the needs of travelers with a disability. EAA is not a directory or alphabetic listing. It is a complete travel guide for anyone with some mobility limitation including: wheelchair users, amputees, seniors who have had heart trouble or arthritis or even a hip, knee or ankle operation. The guide has even been used by families looking for easy access for prams and pushers.
A flexible volunteer based service providing practical assistance and catering to the individual needs of the client, providing information and referral.
Meeting at Mission Australia's new Chigwell House, the Elderly and Disabled Support Group aims to provide support to the elderly, and younger people with disabilities, especially those at risk of social isolation.
Social activities and entertainment such as bowls, crib, hoy, bingo, beetle. Also have speakers, and arrange bus trips (every six weeks).
Clarendon Vale Neighbourhood Centre (CVNC) is a non profit organisation which works to build community, support people and their families and enhance choices. The centre provides a safe, friendly, comfortable, open environment with access to services, information and activities. The centre offers friendship, personal support networks and links to the wider community.
Fulltime coordinator on duty. Fun and Friendship Group - Living Skills. Overnight Respite. Life Skills.
Social activities and entertainment, bus trips for older persons 50 years and above.