Legal service for people with a disability who have been treated unfairly or discriminated against because of their disability.
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.
Employment services for people with disabilities requiring a consistent level of support to obtain or maintain employment.
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Role is to ensure access by Aboriginal people in the Great Southern to primary health care either by the direct provision of primary health care services or by facilitating access to mainstream services. Immunisation Clinic are held on a regular basis. The Bringing Them Home Program and Building Solid Families Program located with GSAHS. Not an Aboriginal Health Service no resident doctor on site. Provides a Maternal,Child Health and Chronic Disease health service. Registered Nurses and Aboriginal Health Workers run these prograams.
The NPY Women's Council is a resource support and advocacy organisation for its members residing in over thirty Aboriginal communities in the cross-border region of WA, SA and the NT. The Council covers a vast area of some 350 000 sq km. The Council also delivers a wide range of health, cultural and community development services and initiatives to families in the region. Tjanpi (pronounced 'J-um-Py') is the Aboriginal women's basket weaving project which started in the Central Western Desert region and spread to Ngaanyatjarra communities in WA. The NPY Women's Council initiated the program and continues to support it through marketing, training and exhibitions of the artworks. More communities are becoming involved in this project .Tjanpi is now a small enterprise which produces baskets, beads, bush medicine and bushtucker at wholesale prices. All their products are freighted worldwide, with all profits from sales going back into further development of the project.
Dr Phil Green. Nurse Manager Elaine Green provides women's health service, pap smears, child & adult immunisations. Triaging also available.
The services provided include clinic and field consultations by doctors, Aboriginal health workers and nurses and health programs including care in pregnancy, child health, women's health, chronic disease and general health education. A field officer can provide transport for patients who have difficulty getting to the clinic
Advice and support for persons with breast cancer- by appointment
Health education. General and unplanned pregnancy counselling. (Unplanned Pregnancy Counselling line 1800 636 032.) Free service, donations are welcome. Minimal charges for workshops etc, contact Leslie Jackes. Well Women's Service - can arrange for PAP Test by Nurse. Service is bulk billed . Need to contact centre for appt. Active Women's Programme - exercise programme. Nurse Educator Miranda Wootton works Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Referral from GP is required.
Derby Aboriginal Health Service Council provides a doctor's clinic at Jarlmadangah community every second Tuesday. Derby Aboriginal Health Service Council, Jurrugk Aboriginal Health Service and Royal Flying Doctor Services are in partnership to co-ordinate the delivery of primary health care for Imintji, Dodnun, Kupungarri and Ngallangunda communities along the Gibb River Road.
Community Health Service Women's Health Service
Fremantle Women's Health Centre provides a high quality, friendly and accessible women's health service to all women, promoting women to actively participate in primary health care, respecting individuality and cultural diversity. Individual counselling for women experiencing depression anxiety relationship/family crisis parenting concerns.All other problems will be referred on. A physiotherapist is available on Thursdays for incontinence and pelvic problems.This centre has a range of doctors, gyneocologists,nurses,counsellors and a physiotherapist to attend to all female related health problems.Breast exams and pap smears are also carried out. Patients are bulk-billed.
Quarry provides confidential and affordable sexual health services for the under 25s. At Quarry there are qualified doctors , advanced practice nurses(APNs), educators and counsellors who provide info and health advice.They can inform you of your rights in relation to sexuality and sexual health.The various services at the Centre include sexual and reproductive health clinics;counselling service;Quarry General practice-for under25s;mainly men clinic;education unit and library.The Quarry GP(QGP) is run by the Fremantle GP Network.This is a free service .At Quarry all matters pertaining to sexual health are covered , from unplanned oregnancy, contraception ,STIs,pap smears,sexual difficulties to depression ,realtionship problems and abuse.Clinics are held at different times of the day each day and are staffed by experienced doctors and nurses.Appointments are needed but not a referral. There are some costs involved with some services but usually it is free.
Coffee mornings, bi-monthly -social support, information
Range of services to promote community health. Appointments necessary, except for immunisations free clinic Wednesday 8.30am - 6.00pm See individual services for clinic times
Medical Service for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders
Health service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. Health promotion, including pap smears. Please call GRAMS for program times.
Service for women : health information and support.
GP, health education and promotion, SARC counselling, support and therapy
Women's Healthworks is a health, education and referral service run by women for women in the northern suburbs. Their aim is to be responsive to the many and varied needs of women by providing a range of affordable services in a comfortable and caring environment.
Women's Health Care Centre provides clinical services, health information and referral for women.A womens health care centre run by women for women Cancer support group, baby massage, breast feeding information sessions, pelvic floor, physiotherapy, general counselling, womens GP clinic, well women's pap smear clinic, menopause support and information. Information sessions are run regularly throughout the year regarding various topics, various guest speakers present. $10 annual fee for membership.The cancer Support Group meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month from 10-11am.