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.
Legal service for people with a disability who have been treated unfairly or discriminated against because of their disability.
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Multi purpose services for people living in the West Tamar area north of Brady's Lookout. Includes residential aged care, respite and palliative care.
Day Centres are held at Beaconsfield, Exeter and Beauty Point on set days each week. Day Centres assist clients to maintain their social contacts and provide respite to Carers and family. Transport is available. Activities include card making, bingo, outings, card games, entertainment and board games. Access to a podiatry service is available for all Day Centre clients.
The service offers support through organised activities, including: shopping excursions and outings, social lunches, physiotherapy and massage treatments, and library and social contact groups.
84 high care places. 73 low care places including 20 dementia care places. 28 independent living units.
A multi-purpose health and community service situated in Campbell Town providing a flexible range of community services and residential care.
King Island Hospital and Health Centre is a multi-purpose centre which provides accident and emergency, acute care, aged care facilities, community nursing, medical practice, day centre, health promotion and allied health services.
The program aims to enhance the quality of life of carers of frail aged people and people with disabilities through the provision of respite. The centre provides day activities one day each week in Cygnet and Franklin.
This centre provides support, respite care and a day activity centre to people who are frail aged, younger people with a disability and their carers. A bus with a wheelchair hoist is available for transport to the centre and for outings
Day and overnight respite for frail aged and younger disabled. Service also operates a Day Care Centre to which volunteers and care staff from a variety of backgrounds give time and skiils. Offers free loan of equipment for those in crisis (for 24-48 hours). Computer and internet access for people with disabilities. Day Centre not longer operates in Port Sorell. Clients are transported to East Devonport . this is called outreach program.
Manor Gardens is a purpose built day respite centre, providing enjoyment, relaxation, stimulation and friendship. Provides programs for people living with Dementia/memory loss, and for older, frail people looking to access support and companionship. Assistance with transport may be available.
Centre based respite with a wide range of craft activities, recreational activities and outings.The centre coordinates the Hand of Friendship Volunteer Befriending Service providing companionship and seeking to reduce isolation. Aquafitness can now also be accessed through the Centre each Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Community Shed operatesTuesdays and Thursdays
Providing respite to anyone who is the primary carer of an aged person. Fully accessible for people with disabilities. Interpreters can be organised. Tour bus can take wheelchairs.
The centre provides social and recreational support, information, advocacy and referral to other agencies as required for elderly people (from Monday to Thursday), and younger people with disabilities (Fridays).
Banksia Night Owls is an evening service which provides: Respite for Carers, Social and Recreational Support, Information and Advocacy, and Referral to other agencies if required.
Provide a day centre for entertainment friendship and information for aged, frail, disabled persons - or anyone who wants to have a few hours of fun. Carers can drop off the person they care for to be looked after. Closed on public holidays.
This is a multi-purpose service centre for members of the Aboriginal Community, their relatives and friends. Services include activities centre for the elderly, Aboriginal Adult Education, resources and referrals and CACPS packages for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people.
Day Centre for HACC clients with regular activities including a trade table, craftwork, exercises, guest speakers and entertainment. It is held on 1st, 3rd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. In house activities on the 1st and 4th Tuesday, outings on the 3rd Tuesday. A cooked meal is provided as well as transport.
The Greek Welfare Centre provides a range of services, facilities and resources to assist people of Christian Orthodox background in Tasmania.
The Migrant Resource Centre provides services for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, including: information and health promotion sessions, meals (cultural lunches), day respite, social and recreational activities. MRC provides three 'Day Centre' programs for HACC clients. German program is held Wed, Chinese program on Thu and a 'Multicultural' centre is run on Fridays.