Legal service for people with a disability who have been treated unfairly or discriminated against because of their disability.
A home modification to enable people with disabilities, the frail aged, and their carers to remain in their home
Employment services for people with disabilities requiring a consistent level of support to obtain or maintain employment.
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Service provides all types of dentures. Ground floor access (no stairs). Gold Card Veterans Affairs patients welcome. Please contact service to discuss fees.
Weekend and after hours emergency treatment. Phone (03) 6432 3901 and further contact details will be provided
Dental prosthetist. Health Fund and Veterans Affairs provider. Dentures full and partial. Repairs and relines. Mouthguards.
Three Dentists available for all family dental care and emergency services. New patients welcome.
. Community education . Information on dental care . Emergency dental treatment . Basic dental services, including the supply of dentures to holders of health benefits card, health care and pension card (long waiting lists) . School dental service (on request) for children up to the age of 16
After hours and weekends by appointment only. Mouthguards. Full and partial Dentures. Relines and repairs.
. Community education . Information on dental care . Emergency dental treatment . Basic dental services, including the supply of dentures to holders of health benefits card, health care and pension card (long waiting lists) . School dental service (on request) for children up to the age of 18
A support service for Aboriginal people providing: . Family support and counselling . Legal Service . Health Service - provides immunisations, counselling, advice, referrals, support groups, sexual health service, pregnancy support, child health clinic . Aged Care Program, including support services, excercise and social support, and Packages of care. . Statewide "Link-up" Service: support, assistance and research in reuniting Aboriginal people who have been separated from their families as children . Mobile Dental nurse for young people: essential treatment and aftercare service to the Aboriginal community throughout Tasmania, including Flinders and Cape Barren Islands.
The Aboriginal Health Service is a state-wide comprehensive and integrated primary health care service for Tasmanian Aboriginies. The Service works with other providers (such as hospitals, specialists and allied health care providers) to ensure access to necessary services. The Service provides access to doctors, nurses and health workers who are Aboriginal, or understand the Aboriginal community. Also provides clinics, workshops and other programs relating to health and wellbeing, and to strengthen cultural and community connections.
Community health and home support services, including Family and Child Health Services. Open Clinic.
Dental care for children up to the age of 18 years. School children are able to access this service with or without a concession card.
For adult dental services a Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card is required.
Oral Health Services delivers community education, provides information on dental care, emergency dental treatments and basic dental services, including the supply of dentures (to holders of health benefits card, health care and pension card). Provides school dental service (on request) for children up to the age of 18. Emergency clinic for adult clients. Priority to patients referred by their medical practiitioner. Can ring at any time for appointment. Fax referral to Dr Marcus Barton, Senior Clinician, Oral Health Services, 2 Archer Street New Town, 7008. (03) 6254 5400
Operating hours in Queenstown are Thurs 9am - 5pm. Also services Rosebery on every second Sat and in emergencies by arrangement.