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  • Respite Options is tailored to meet the needs of families who have a child between the ages of 0 - 18 years with high support needs and who have difficulty accessing other services within the community.This program caters to the Liverpool and Fairfield...
    New South Wales
  • Host families are volunteer families who provide respite to families who have a child with a disability between the ages of 0 - 18 years.The host families provide flexible respite that ranges from a few hours a day to overnight or weekend respite. This...
    New South Wales
  • Glen Innes Severn Council Community Services receives funding for regional respite programs as well as local HACC and Disability services, including individual funding options. Life Choices – Support Services at 134-136 Church Street, Glen Innes operates...
    New South Wales
  • Recreation and social activities are provided as well as some therapies and services eg podiatry, hairdressing. A lunch meal may be ordered through meals on wheels (24 hours notice required), companionship, and meals-on-wheels home delivery. Requests...
    Western Australia
  • Wresacare provides a range of respite options funded through the Department of Human Services for children or adults with a disability and the frail aged.Services available include - in-home respite care, attendant care programs, community access,...
    Victoria
  • FRANS programs include community access recreation for children, teenagers and adults.Soccer for kids and adults with an intellectual disability. Short term respite care, respite options, out of school hours (OOSH) care, family day care inclusion, early...
    New South Wales
  • This Service is able to provide care for people with disabilities.Provides respite care for consumers with moderate to high support needs on a one-to-one basis. The type of care is determined by the consumer and/or carer and may include in-home or...
    New South Wales
  • A service which offers respite options to children and adults with a disability with carefully selected and trained paid caregivers. Options include respite, family breaks, weekends away, nights out and community integration and support. All options are...
    New South Wales
  • This organisation helps organise and plan respite for families who care for a child or adolescent with a disability, and high support needs in their own homes.Each family is provided with up to seven hours a week of respite. This time can be used as the...
    New South Wales
  • Community and interpersonal skills, range of fitness and mobility skills, self expression through exercise, art work, singing, musical instruments, organised movement and some basic literacy skills.
    New South Wales

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