Eastern Access Community Health

Acronym: 
EACH

EACH offers five different areas of service within the building.Visions - a range of quality programs are accessed in a variety of community venues. Activities include continuing education eg TAFE courses, numeracy & literacy, independent living skills, social groups, recreation & leisure activities, self advocacy and community involvement. Individuals may attend activities on either a full time or part time basis. New Horizons - provides information on rights, enhances living & social skills, fosters support networks and provides a resource for people who have an intellectual disability. Directions - brokerage service for people with a disability who live at home with their carers to enhance their quality of life. Support to carers by funding services for the person with a disability thus providing an opportunity for planned and regular respite. Directions works closely with the person with a disability, the carer, case manager and other agencies to plan, co-ordinate and find chosen activities. Home First - assists clients with an intellectual disability and acquired brain injury to live as independently as possible within their home and local community. The program enhances, maintains and develops skills which will support the client to become more independent in their everyday life. Abound - this program was established by EACH in conjunction with Monashlink Health Service comprises a range of recreation and Social Support Groups. The Department of Human Services and TAC jointly fund the Abound Program.

Contact
Contact name: 
Debbie James
Program Manager
Phone 1: 
(03) 9871 1850
Fax: 
(03) 9876 0100
Address
Postal Address: 
46 Warrandyte Rd
RINGWOOD
3134
Access
Access facilities: 
Wheelchair accessible, accessible toilets
Opening hours: 
8.30am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday
Disabilities: 
Intellectual disabilities, psychiatric, physical disabilities, neurological disabilities, sensory disabilities, acquired
Activities: 
Recreation, leisure activities, social groups
Service details
Area: 
Eastern Region of Melbourne
Clients: 
All welcome
Funding: 
Govt.
Publications: 
Term brochure
Resources: 
Transport service - small bus, recreation and leisure programs

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